Hello and thank you for your question. This is a difficult case. Generally there are limited ways to get out of a contract where there is no cancellation clause.
1. offering to pay a penalty to be released
2. if they misled you somehow about the service, you can use that as leverage to rescind
3. asking to be released due to inability to pay. They may not want to pursue an uncollectable claim and consent
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