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    Orange Contract

    Just looking for a bit of advice really, I have an 18 month contract with orange - dolphin 35 but as I work for PC World I got discount on it which made it £25 a month, orange have decided not to offer this anymore without any notice or anything like that I only found out when I got a bill for £41. Because the price has changed is there any way of cancelling my contract early since I cant really afford £41 a month.

    Thanks

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    what does orange have to do with pcworld in the first place?

    Ring them up and say that you have been unemployed or your making budget cuts, usually works :thumbsup:

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    monkeybrains;2591710

    what does orange have to do with pcworld in the first place?



    Something to do with PC World owning the link (which they don't anymore)

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    dontdothatagain;2591728

    Ring them up and say that you have been unemployed or your making budget … Ring them up and say that you have been unemployed or your making budget cuts, usually works :thumbsup:



    Thanks

    if that does not work, can you go down to a £15 p/m contract?

    I was on a PAYG, and phoned to get a contract, got a usually £35 a month contract, 600 mins and unlimited texts, for £17 a month.

    I'd say if the link was broken, and they're charging more than you agreed, then you are within your right to cancel the contract

    i dont think anyone can charge you more than you signed up for.

    unless the contract said we can increase price (i doubt they would right that in the contract)

    give them a ring and simply say why your price has increased

    if all fails give trading standards a call

    let us know how it goes
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