New service lets you break up with Comcast for small fee

FILE - This Feb. 11, 2011, file photo, shows the Comcast logo on one of the company's vehicles, in Pittsburgh. Comcast plans to sell some cable systems to competitor Charter Communications Inc., to help Comcast’s acquisition of Time Warner Cable clear regulatory hurdles, the company announced Monday, April 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Cancelling services can take a lot of time. But now you have the option to get the deed done without having to deal with it yourself.

A new company called “Airpaper” promises to take the hassle off your hands for a small fee.

The company says on their website the goal is to “Make painful things surprisingly easy. It isn’t magic – it’s an AirPaper”.

Users pay $5, fill out an online form and Airpaper will send a physical letter to Comcast on your behalf to cancel service. The once lengthy process only takes about five minutes.

Airpaper isn’t picking on Comcast. The company has bigger plans to help people tackle other time consuming tasks including, getting a visa for China, business tax registration and securing a parking permit in San Francisco.

Airpaper is also taking suggestions for other “horribly broken processes that they should fix.”

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