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Finish my nanodegree program in 2 months when I payed for 4

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    Chris Udacity Community Team
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    Hi, Kent Emershon Yucra Quispe

    If you purchase a subscription bundle, you will get a fixed, multi-month subscription access and will pay a one-time fee upfront.

    The number of months in a bundle may vary and will depend on the specific Nanodegree program, single paid course, or Executive Program, and is identified at the time of purchase. At the end of the bundle period, you will revert to a monthly automatic subscription payment method at the non-discounted fee. For more details on auto-renewal, please click here.

    Upon completion of your purchase, your access to your program will begin, and so does your 2-day refund period.

    For some programs, following your enrollment, you may be provided access to a Course Preview and your first payment will be scheduled for the date of the end of the Course Preview. Following the Course Preview, at the time of the first scheduled payment, your payment method will be charged and your automatic-renewal subscription will start; as does the 2-day refund period at that time.

    Following the 2-day refund period, there will be no further refunds, including no partial refunds for termination during the fixed, multi-month term. For information on how to cancel your monthly automatic subscription period, please click here.

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    Ryan O'Rourke
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    I assume after we complete a Nanodegree or course that we are currently enrolled in, if we still have time remaining in our subscription, we would be able to enroll to begin a different course or Nanodegree.  Are you saying this is not true?

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    Chris Udacity Community Team
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    This is correct Ryan O'Rourke. If you purchase a bundle subscription and completed your program before the end of your bundled months you cannot currently enroll in another Nanodegree program with your remaining time. 

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    Ryan O'Rourke
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    This seems ridiculously arbitrary and makes no sense.

    If I'm in a 3 month program that says it's based on 10 hours a week, but I completed it in half that time - I need to sit around for another month and a half and do nothing until my 3 months expire before I can start on a new course?

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    Ryan O'Rourke
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    Actually I think I get it now.  The nanodegree program has a certain cost, and we have 3 months to complete it, or we pay per month afterwards.  But it's not a subscription where we just continue to takes classes.  We don't have to wait for the last month to finish before enrolling a new class, we can enroll in a new nanodegree and pay a new fee as soon as we are done with this one.  Is that correct?

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    Chris Udacity Community Team
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    Exactly! Ryan O'Rourke, you got it. 

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