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    go thru your contract. if theyve done anything against it, then demand your contract be cancelled for breach of contract or summit
    Yeh I'll stick with it... no probs with riding it out as it's hard to use you mob when you have no signal where you live :rolleyes:
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    If you look closely at 3's Terms and Conditions, you will see that they require you to write to their customer service dept to terminate. They do not legally have to disconnect you if you just ring up, since its explicitly stated in their T&Cs that they require a 30 days written notice.

    And its a very, very bad idea to ignore you bill. They will send some unpleasant people to your house, which you will also be billed for.
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    (Original post by SinghFello)
    If you look closely at 3's Terms and Conditions, you will see that they require you to write to their customer service dept to terminate. They do not legally have to disconnect you if you just ring up, since its explicitly stated in their T&Cs that they require a 30 days written notice.

    And its a very, very bad idea to ignore you bill. They will send some unpleasant people to your house, which you will also be billed for.
    fortunately i got thru to someone who cancelled for me. equally fortunately i don't live at that house any more.
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    Um, they link your financial history at any addresses!
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    Are you sure they cancelled it? :rolleyes:

    I rang them up to cancel 2 phones I had with them, and first I spoke to an Indian, then I got passed to another Indian and then they passed me to a Scot who finally dealt with it all. But I had to explain the situation and give the same details to all three of them, they must just blind transfer the calls. ****ing useless.

    Technically you should pay the bill to guarantee that your credit history isn't going to be adversely affected, then you take the company to Small Claims Court to get the money back. Usually once you issue proceedings against them, they will just knuckle under and settle up with you because it's too much hassle and cost for them to send someone to attend court and fight their corner.
 
 
 
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