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anyone know how to get out of my aol contract!

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there seem to be far better combo deals out there. the term doesnt run out until may 09 i contacted the cancellations dept and asked what the fall out would be if i wanted to cancel early and all i r…
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9y, 1w agoPosted 9 years, 1 week ago
there seem to be far better combo deals out there.
the term doesnt run out until may 09 i contacted the cancellations dept and asked what the fall out would be if i wanted to cancel early and all i recieved back from them was my contract expiry date and i hope this helps with your query ( which it didnt )
all advice gratefully taken :)
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9y, 1w agoPosted 9 years, 1 week ago
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You are required to continue paying your monthly rates to the end of the contract period whether you stay with AOL or not. You have no options I'm afraid.
#2
you could try telling them you are moving abroad. worked for me with NTL.
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You could buy yourself out of the contract which means you pay the remainder of the monthly payments and walk away.

Or what I wold do is reduce your monthly contract to the lowest possible (probably in the region of £15 a month) and stick with it. The only way your going to get of this is proving that O2 breached contract which simply wont happen.
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I recently received a change in terms and conditions - specifically relating to an increase in the cost of calls (we're on the 24.99 package including day/eve calls). I've seen a lot of info posted on HUKD previously regarding ways to exit your mobile contract when terms and conditions change - would this work a long the same lines with aol does anyone know? :?
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I recently received a change in terms and conditions - specifically relating to an increase in the cost of calls (we're on the 24.99 package including day/eve calls). I've seen a lot of info posted on HUKD previously regarding ways to exit your mobile contract when terms and conditions change - would this work a long the same lines with aol does anyone know? :?


most probably would if u are accurate in that, a contract is only enforceable if both sides stick to it, seems like a long contract you have though, is this one of the ones with a free laptop?, if so they will probably require u to pay for that if you exit
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most probably would if u are accurate in that, a contract is only enforceable if both sides stick to it, seems like a long contract you have though, is this one of the ones with a free laptop?, if so they will probably require u to pay for that if you exit

Thanks maddog - yep it was with the free lap top. My hubbys company pays the bill for the broadband so wasn't really bothered about the contract term. Only wanted the lap top as it didn't cost us anything. But not the best provider so if we could get out of it we probably would. I'll have to scan the contract.:roll:

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