hddn wrote: You probably just want to call them. You can change the billing thingy if you want, but I doubt it will make much difference. Ie: it's not like it will cause them to forget who you are or what your number is/was. If you really want to duck any final payments, you could cancel the card, but I think you will find that most credit card agreements have a clause holding you accountable for payments that come in after you close the card, probably for just this kind of reason.
hddn wrote: Dish internet is contracted out to satellite internet companies. Hopefully you knew that that satellites can not compete with dialup on ping times (ie multiple round trips through a device 22 thousand miles up takes time even at the speed of light), but should do OK on bandwidth (compared to dialup at least.) Obviously no one recommends satellite internet as your best option unless you are in someplace very remote.
logdog wrote: If you believe that Dish or any company is charging you for goods or services not received, not authorized or beyond the scope of a contract; you can dispute those charges through your credit card company.