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My daughter signd a carphone w-h mobile contract yesterday for a new phone. £35 pcm Today I found a better deal. (£10 cheaper and more free calls) Can she cancel her contract as it it within the 7 o… Read More
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
My daughter signd a carphone w-h mobile contract yesterday for a new phone. £35 pcm
Today I found a better deal. (£10 cheaper and more free calls)
Can she cancel her contract as it it within the 7 or 14 day cooling off period?
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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banned#1
im pretty sure the cooling off period is only available if you ordered online or something. not 100% sure though
#2
she should be able to yes, just make sure that the phone doesn't looked used as some companies have some wierd t&cs when it comes to returns, not sure of carphone warehouse though.
#3
Yeah, as long as its within the cooling off period and she returns the complete package including the phone then she can cancel :)
#4
thanks for all the help. I had visions of a visit that involved baseball bats
#5
I was under the impression it was ok for instore too. I think they allow you 14 days to evaluate the phone. I could be wrong, but it is worth a go. Got nothing to lose
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fern
thanks for all the help. I had visions of a visit that involved baseball bats


That is another, more diverse way of getting out of a contract :thumbsup:
banned#7
let us know how you get on fern. i just cant see things running smoothly with CPW
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I did this a few years ago with the link.

Should be ok to do still
#9
• The Distance Selling Regulations apply to both goods and services, where the contract is made without any face-to-face contact between supplier and consumer.

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