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Cobain67 Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
I know this is probably a no so please be nice to me.

Does anybody know of any way to get out of an O2 24month contract? or the best things to say to try to reduce the cancellation charge?

/thanks for any help
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
how long are you into contract? theres nothing much u can do to avoid paying cancelation fee, unless of course they have changed terms n conditions then you have a right to leave for free if it affects your bill every month
#2
n1ttygr1tty
how long are you into contract? theres nothing much u can do to avoid paying cancelation fee, unless of course they have changed terms n conditions then you have a right to leave for free if it affects your bill every month


Was going to say this too. The only way out is if they change the original terms and conditions you signed up with.
#3
DAM - only 6months in.

Thanks for your responses
#4
Cobain67
DAM - only 6months in.

Thanks for your responses


Unless maybe you find a similar phone with the same minutes and texts for a cheaper amount. You could try and phone up and throw that one at them ....they might give you a bit of a deal. You have nothing to lose i suppose.
#5
have u got a data bolt on with ure tariff?, cos if they drop ure limit to 500 meg in october u may have a chance out.
#6
tragictramp
have u got a data bolt on with ure tariff?, cos if they drop ure limit to 500 meg in october u may have a chance out.


why? whats happening in October??
#7
well on o2 they are dropping the data unlimited tariff down to 500 meg, if ure contract was initially unlimited then i would class this as a breach of contract!
#8
O2 are only limiting it to 500mb for new contracts, existing plans will carry on being as they previously were
#9
Could I cry poverty and see if I could appeal to their better nature?
#10
Cobain67
Could I cry poverty and see if I could appeal to their better nature?


Nope .....you signed up for a contract and are legally bound unless they break their terms.
#11
you can phone them and see if you can reduce your monthly outgoings... explain ur finances have changed etc you can also reduce your tariff every month to the lowest...
#12
hello why dont u go somewhere like phones for you? this is where they do a contract buy out. so provided you take out a new contract with them they give u a big fat check to pay off your old contract!!

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