Rofi is a Rohingya refugee from Burma who has recently arrived in Australia and is currently living in Adelaide. While walking in Rundle Mall one day he was approached by John who was selling high speed internet contracts for a newly formed company, The Bolton Connect Pty Ltd. Rofi who only learnt to speak English a year ago speaks very little English and John is aware of this. John explains the terms of the contract, which is essentially that Rofi would be bound to a 2 year contract and if he breaks the contract any time before the 2 years he will incur a $1,200 penalty. The contract comes with a free Samsung tablet. John uses some technical language to explain the terms of the contract to Rofi, aware that Rofi doesn’t understand the full extent of the contract terms. There is a telephone translation service available but John chooses not to use this as the translation service usually takes twice as long. John works on a commission basis. The more contracts he sells the more commission he makes. He is keen to sign up this contract quickly as he needs to sign up three more contract before close of business to meet this month’s quota. Rofi has been thinking of getting internet connection as he wishes to Skype his family back home in Burma and also to do a free on-line English course. From what John told him he is under the impression that he can terminate this contract anytime he wants without any penalty and all he has to do is give Bolton Connect one month’s notice and return the tablet. Three months into the contract Rofi finds that he is unable to cope with the financial demands of this contract as there are many hidden costs which he was unaware of. When he contacted Bolton Connect to give his termination notice he was shocked to learn that there is a $1200 penalty. Rofi comes to you for advise. Advise Rofi if this contract with Bolton Connect is valid? If yes, why, and if not, why not? Can he get out of this contract?