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talk talk terms and conditions change

fenny Avatar
6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
Talk Talk sent this in an email, does it mean I can cancel without paying any early termination fees? Any help is appreciated, thanks.

"On the 1st October 2010 we're making some other changes, including a small change to our call connection fee and line rental price. If you pay for TalkTalk line rental it will change from £11.49 to £12.04 per month. Details of these and all other changes are listed at the end of this email. For full details of our Terms and Conditions please visit http://www.talktalk.co.uk/legal

Thanks for being a TalkTalk customer. We hope you continue to enjoy all the benefits of your phone and broadband. "
fenny Avatar
6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
They can vary their prices within the term of your contract, pretty sure it will tell you that in the link they gave you in the email you've posted above.
#2
Think providing it's under 10% increase their within their rights but I think it would depend on the t&c's of the isp.
#3
shauneco
Think providing it's under 10% increase their within their rights but I think it would depend on the t&c's of the isp.


This isn't for ISP however, it's for a phone line.
#4
They're also upping their mobile discount thing from 45ppm to £1.46pm. RIP OFF!
#5
The hassle we have had with these and the sales people locking people into 18 month deals with a cheap conversation... Never again.... And I am sure I am not the only one...
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moob
shauneco
Think providing it's under 10% increase their within their rights but I think it would depend on the t&c's of the isp.


This isn't for ISP however, it's for a phone line.


doesnt matter there are still limits to what they can increase by
#7
moob
shauneco
Think providing it's under 10% increase their within their rights but I think it would depend on the t&c's of the isp.


This isn't for ISP however, it's for a phone line.


Whoop's silly me, I should read properly, However think it'll still probably be the same.

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