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Since they breached the contract it is no longer enforceable by them, assuming that the parts they didn't do would be considered "material" and I think they would.
The problem is these companies never want to let anyone out of their agreement. My suggestion is to go to a local lawyer and have him send them a threatening letter. If that doesn't work then your only option is to sue or wait for them to sue you and then defend it under a breach concept but that can affect your credit.