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How to cancel a moble contract

lozza91 Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
I dont want to name and shame the company really. Am i allowed ? I looked at a forum site about ending a phone contract, which is due to expire on 15/11/2009. Tons of people reported that they have had loads of problems trying to cancel. Has anybody else ? I did speak with my network provider who said i needed to send this request in the form of a letter giving 30 days notice. I was provided a po box address in banbury. I looked on line and the po box address is in doncaster. Are they giving me the run around ?. You would think this could be done over the telephone or on line.
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Your contact ends in 4 weeks and u want to cancel? I dont see why not, you will be asked to pay the remaining balance on the contract tho.
banned#2
company?
#3
No i will pay the final bill due on 15/11/2009. I just want to end it after I have paid my last bill. i thought they would just continue to keep charging me if not.
#4
The mighty V... they are awkward, but I wrote the letter and broke free over 3 months ago....

You have to write, they then send you a letter or try and call you, if you fail to respond they have to cancel within your stated period...

You still get charged the month after though....
#5
lozza91
No i will pay the final bill due on 15/11/2009. I just want to end it after I have paid my last bill. i thought they would just continue to keep charging me if not.


Is it a rolling monthly contract?
banned#6
you need to end it 30 days before, send via recorded mail, and check its received, also phone them to cancel too
#7
Tanchi
Is it a rolling monthly contract?
Not sure is was taken out for 18 months and i was under the impression it would just end on 15/11. i currently pay 19.99 and get 75 mins and 200 texts which does seem rubbish:x
#8
Company?
#9
sassie
you need to end it 30 days before, send via recorded mail, and check its received, also phone them to cancel too
i have sent a letter to both po box address. and i am just hoping they cancel for me in time
banned#10
lozza91
Not sure is was taken out for 18 months and i was under the impression it would just end on 15/11. i currently pay 19.99 and get 75 mins and 200 texts which does seem rubbish:x


cancel it and give 30 days notice, never heard of contracts that just end
#11
qwesza7
Company?
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#12
I had no endless amounts of problems with trying to cancel my Vodafone contract, they didn't make it easy. THe crazy thing was that my contract had actually expired several months earlier! First they said I had to put it in writing, Challenged them as it wasn't necessary, their rep said he was new and had to check, so they accepted cancellation over the phone and raised a PAC code. Then kept getting phone calls from their cancellations depet, trying to keep me. Kept saying not interested, they then got irrate over the phone, until I got my PAC code in writing with a nice accompanying standard letter.

Even with my PAC code and it VF took several days to completely transfer my phone number to O2. I was able to dial out with O2, but not able to receive calls because VF hadn't completely transferred me their end. About one month later I started receiving threatening letters from their debt collection dept (even though I didn't owe them a thing) and invoices for calls I didn't make because I was no longer with them :x.

I challenged them and told them that I'd advised Which legal department and OFCOM. Ended getting a letter/statement one month later, advising me that they'd written off the debt!:x even though it wasn't mine in the first place.

Good Luck. If it's VF, be prepared for long phone calls on hold, especially if you're trying to get through to cancellation dept.

Charlie Brown
banned#13
im taking it you mean vodaphone, and who led you to believe it would just end?
#14
sassie
im taking it you mean vodaphone, and who led you to believe it would just end?

The store that sold me the phone 18 months ago. I wil never get another one from v i am just dreading it now.
#15
charlie brown
I had no endless amounts of problems with trying to cancel my Vodafone contract, they didn't make it easy. THe crazy thing was that my contract had actually expired several months earlier! First they said I had to put it in writing, Challenged them as it wasn't necessary, their rep said he was new and had to check, so they accepted cancellation over the phone and raised a PAC code. Then kept getting phone calls from their cancellations depet, trying to keep me. Kept saying not interested, they then got irrate over the phone, until I got my PAC code in writing with a nice accompanying standard letter.

Even with my PAC code and it VF took several days to completely transfer my phone number to O2. I was able to dial out with O2, but not able to receive calls because VF hadn't completely transferred me their end. About one month later I started receiving threatening letters from their debt collection dept (even though I didn't owe them a thing) and invoices for calls I didn't make because I was no longer with them :x.

I challenged them and told them that I'd advised Which legal department and OFCOM. Ended getting a letter/statement one month later, advising me that they'd written off the debt!:x even though it wasn't mine in the first place.

Good Luck. If it's VF, be prepared for long phone calls on hold, especially if you're trying to get through to cancellation dept.

Charlie Brown
Thanks for yur advise. i will keep my fingers crossed
banned#16
lozza91
The store that sold me the phone 18 months ago. I wil never get another one from v i am just dreading it now.


as said i have never heard of a contract just ending, your contract is for 18 months, but it doesnt just end like that, did you send your letters recorded, as if they are like this they will just say they never received them
#17
sassie
as said i have never heard of a contract just ending, your contract is for 18 months, but it doesnt just end like that, did you send your letters recorded, as if they are like this they will just say they never received them

No. I will send two more today.
#18
The Vodafone site says that you can give notice of cancellation by e-mail which I did a week or so ago. I received a letter a few days later confirming the cancellation and the last day of service. Couldn't have been easier. Have I been lucky?
#19
i,m coming to my end of contract soon, what exactly do you put on your letter to cancel, do u have to put your mobile number and account number on the letter itself, does anything else need to be on there besides that?
#20
tony_s1
The Vodafone site says that you can give notice of cancellation by e-mail which I did a week or so ago. I received a letter a few days later confirming the cancellation and the last day of service. Couldn't have been easier. Have I been lucky?
best of luck i would send a recorded delivery letter.
#21
n1ttygr1tty
i,m coming to my end of contract soon, what exactly do you put on your letter to cancel, do u have to put your mobile number and account number on the letter itself, does anything else need to be on there besides that?
i just provided my tel number,name and address and gave 30 days notice, from reading other forums i was advised to sign the letter. I have now just written another one which i will send recorded post today.:oops:
banned#22
lozza91
best of luck i would send a recorded delivery letter.


he already has confirmation it has been done so doesnt need to do anything else, have you not thought of emailing them :?
#23
[COLOR="Red"]Thanks for all your input. I will have to do some boring house work now and go to post office. [/COLOR]
#24
Just found this, hope it helps (as others have said you can email too!
See here VF T & C on cancellationl

http://forum.vodafone.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=23761

If you want to end your contract, please write to us giving one calendar months notice. You can send us a letter or an email - you will need to give the following information :

* the account name, and account number
* the invoice address
* the mobile number to be terminated
* the date of termination
* the name of the account owner / administrator
* tell us if you need a PAC (Porting Authorisation Code)
* if the account has a password, please quote this in the letter or email.

Send your letter to:

Vodafone Limited
PO Box 932
DONCASTER
DN4 5XW


Charlie Brown
#25
tony_s1
The Vodafone site says that you can give notice of cancellation by e-mail which I did a week or so ago. I received a letter a few days later confirming the cancellation and the last day of service. Couldn't have been easier. Have I been lucky?

I'd say yes, very :)

Charlie Brown

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