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How to Get out of Vodafone Contract.

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I'm in a 18month Contract with 10months to go. I want out. Tips? WITH OUT PAYING THEM LINE RENTAL LOL Thank You Read More
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
I'm in a 18month Contract with 10months to go. I want out.
Tips?
WITH OUT PAYING THEM LINE RENTAL LOL

Thank You
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
sell the deal to a friend ho u trust

other than that if u dont pay line rental they will blacklist u

ur better off paying!
#3
is the too good to be true:S?
banned#4
tell them you're emigrating
#5
H_K
tell them you're emigrating


To where? I still would have to pay it off though?
banned#6
Why does it seem like everyone these days, signs up to contracts and then sits and looks for a way out... I know I will end up getting something like, "I found a better deal", "I dont like the phone", etc the point is at the time you took it you still agreed to an 18 month deal, the more people keep doing things like this, you do realise your just damaging your own credit file and as more and more people keep trying the same thing, the networks will put the prices of the handsets up and the line rental... Everyone has to make some money even the networks, the more that people keep trying things like this even on big companies the more everyone else will suffer and the higher the prices go and people loose their jobs, etc...

If you are not happy with the service you are receiving then talk to them and see if things can be improved but other than that, stick to something you have already agreed to... I know I will get lots of stick for this lmao :)

If you say you are emigrating, the amount you owe will still show up on your credit file
#7
MobilePhonez
Why does it seem like everyone these days, signs up to contracts and then sits and looks for a way out... I know I will end up getting something like, "I found a better deal", "I dont like the phone", etc the point is at the time you took it you still agreed to an 18 month deal, the more people keep doing things like this, you do realise your just damaging your own credit file and as more and more people keep trying the same thing, the networks will put the prices of the handsets up and the line rental... Everyone has to make some money even the networks, the more that people keep trying things like this even on big companies the more everyone else will suffer and the higher the prices go and people loose their jobs, etc...

If you are not happy with the service you are receiving then talk to them and see if things can be improved but other than that, stick to something you have already agreed to... I know I will get lots of stick for this lmao :)

If you say you are emigrating, the amount you owe will still show up on your credit file


Thennn is there anyway?
banned#8
Yup, multiply your line rental by 10 and pay it in one go, the contract is then over and problem solved :)
#9
Loool Neverrrr :d
banned#10
Phone up Vodafone and tell them you where abducted by Aliens last night, they ruffed you up a little, probed you and then stole your phone... Ask them under those circumstances could they please let you off on the contract just this one time??? :)

I have a friend of a friend who swears by this method and he assured me it does work...
#11
haider786
Thennn is there anyway?
No - A contract is binding, thus why it's called a "contract".
banned#12
Jakg
No - A contract is binding, thus why it's called a "contract".


Dont believe him, try what I said, trust me it does work :) its called the Insanity Clause its in all Vodafone contracts, check the fine print carefully:whistling:
#13
What about poor signal? in my area? complain soo much about it.?
#14
Research your local hospitals, looking for one with a lazy coroner and a high death count. Find one of those poisons which simulate death get a mate to drive you to the hospital. If its a busy night the cornoner may not cut you open before he issues you a death certificate. Get that same mate to inject you with the antidote, and run off with certificate. Use this certificate to explain to vodaphone your demise and that they should cancel the contract. You can also use any recently deceased body, as long as you can plant your photo ID (altered perhaps if they don't look too much like you) on the body. Vagrants are the best... You could leave a note in your wallet that you are your next of kin and that your 'brother' was adopted into the family if the coroner decides he wants to do a dna comparison.
#15
looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool.
#16
haider786
What about poor signal? in my area? complain soo much about it.?


They would have said you were using it for the past 8 months with teh poor signal, unless you can claim to be moving/ working mostly in a poor signal area, perhaps?
#17
Has there been a major change in terms and conditions? Like 3 recently announced they were stopping the "3 at home networks" where people got Uk rates on certain partner networks overseas....

IF there has been a signifiant change, you may have the right to cancel.

If not,, then either pay off the contract, or sit it out to the end and choose wisely for your next contract!

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