Take, for example, streaming services such as Stan, Netflix and Foxtel Play. Terms and conditions allow prices to change if they disclose it (the amount offered by each one varies somewhat). In addition, the methods of communication for notification vary. Netflix and Stan indicate that they are only informed by email, while Foxtel Play states that it can provide this message using one of the following methods: “by direct contact, including by SMS or email” or “via foxtel or Foxtel Play service.” The same applies to market contracts in which energy retailers are able to define their own terms of sale, as long as they comply with certain rules. These rules require retailers to inform their customers of changes to change electricity prices. What attention should they give? “Communication should be made as soon as possible and at the latest on the customer`s next invoice.” Hello all, When a contract is created (ME31K), the net price field is automatically immutable. To change the price, I have to go to the menu item/conditions. Is it possible to change the customizing by making the price changeable instead of going to the menu/conditions item? Thank you for your help But what if the changes in the terms and conditions are significant? Are you saying that the price of the service you subscribe to will increase, or perhaps you will suddenly be charged for using a service that was previously free? Is it really reasonable to expect you to accept these amendments without formally accepting them? Now, the department`s requirement to set the price in the PR service for the services chosen in the contract. In other words, if the services are selected in the contract, the single rate should not be able to be changed. If the services are entered manually, the price must be changed. I checked the general options in the standard, such as: The key is in the contract with the service provider. Jeannie Paterson, an associate professor at the Melbourne Law School at the University of Melbourne, says a company cannot simply renegotiate a contract on a contractual basis – it has to negotiate a new contract. However, read almost all contracts for a subscription service and you will probably find a clause that will allow the company to vary the agreement, especially with regard to price.
Such clauses are likely to be accompanied by qualifications that will allow you to terminate the service if you do not accept it and a clause indicating that you are aware of such a change or that you may be considered unfair. If companies are only able to change the price for you, you might think they should re-authorize all deductions from your account. The ePayments code defines an unauthorized transaction as “a payment that is not authorized by a user.” Therefore, if you have not expressly approved a payment, is it treated as an unauthorized payment? It`s unlikely. If you`re talking about input changes, you should continue to use the ME32K menu/conditions. MEKR works very well for percentages. I useME3P to update the prices of background contracts based on information prices. Hello, I know MEKR tcode, but I thought there was another way to pay the price with ME32K tcode (apart from the menu item/conditions)Thanks for your help Hello tcode `MEKR`ThanksrajanAus: sap-log-mm@Groups.ITtoolbox.comTo: email@example.comDate: Thu, Apr 17, 2008 13:40:00 `000Thema: [sap-log-mm] Changing the contract price It is also worth noting that price changes are something that many of companies do one way or another – CHOICE itself has a clause in their terms and conditions that allows us to increase our prices from time to time (and we have done so), provided we let customers know in advance.