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6y, 5d agoPosted 6 years, 5 days ago
On Sunday I applied for O2 home phone + broadband.
Today I realised that there is a download limit of 100GB per month and as I'm a heavy user I'm sure I will exceed the limit.

I was thinking to cancel and apply with Sky which is apparently truly unlimited. Is there a cool off period for O2? I know there is 30 days satisfaction guaranty with broadband but what about the phone line? Can I cancel it? They are scheduled to activate the line today.

Thanks
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6y, 5d agoPosted 6 years, 5 days ago
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#1
you use more than 100 gb in a month? What are you using it for hosting a Pron site :{
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"8.3 You may terminate your contract within the first fourteen (14) days after the Services Connection Date (the “Cooling Off Period”)
by giving us written notice, to be received by us no later than the 14th day after the Services Connection Date. You’ll receive a refund
of all subscription and connection Charges incurred by you during the Cooling Off Period. You won’t receive a refund of Charges for
putting in a new line or converting a line or, any Charges for calls made or received on your Home Phone line. If you terminate your
contract during the Cooling Off Period, you may not be able to request the Services at the same installation address for six (6) months
after the end of the Cooling Off Period."

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#3
trog0
you use more than 100 gb in a month? What are you using it for hosting a Pron site :{


100gb per month this would mean unlimited for me.
#4
Thanks! and no is not p0rn I just don't like to be limited ;)
banned 1 Like #5
is that 100gb of downloads per month you should've really had to pay for?
#6
If you are already downloading over 100gb a month then stick with your current ISP.Many ISPs are now using traffic shaping to cripple download speeds from torrents,This includes unlimited providers too,

Edited By: tonyg1962 on Jan 19, 2011 10:06
#7
100Gb is not enough?! Blimey!
1 Like #8
*cough* [color=darkblue]pirate[/color] *cough*
[mod]#9
Yes. Distance Selling Regulations 2000.

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