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EE changes T's&C's

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If they raise the price of your contract during it, you can cancel it.

 

Iam sure all phone companies will have to follow this, due to new Ofcom guidelines.

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"The change means that if the operator tries to increase customers' price plans above the RPI rate of inflation, they can cancel without charge "

What's the RPI ?

will cancel asap

Fuck orange

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What's the best SIM only deals for iPhone?

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What's the best SIM only deals for iPhone?

 

Three one plan 15 a month free 4g internet coming in the next few days too.

 

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they will do just enough to prevent contract cancellations, and what they're trying to do is get people on good old contracts to cancel or be forced to pay the new contract prices. 

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What's the best SIM only deals for iPhone?

 

Three one plan 15 a month free 4g internet coming in the next few days too.

 

 

 

 

Safe this is looking good.

 

On Giff Gaff these days, very cheap but I'm itching for that 4G. 

 

Have people on 4G noticed that the coverage is more reliable and less patchy than 3G?

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"The change means that if the operator tries to increase customers' price plans above the RPI rate of inflation, they can cancel without charge "

What's the RPI ?

will cancel asap

f*ck orange

Isn't O2 who tried to tell their customers otherwise?

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Need this to come in, got an EE contract I need to cancel.

Wad just about to pay it off as well

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"The change means that if the operator tries to increase customers' price plans above the RPI rate of inflation, they can cancel without charge "

What's the RPI ?

will cancel asap

f*ck orange

 

RPI is an indication of inflation, you need to be aware of when the RPI is applicable and what % it is. You can get various CPI and RPIx indices so it can be alot or little.

 

E.g. if they bill you £20.00 per month and RPI to apply at some point during your contract (say 12 Months later during a 24 month contract) is 2%; they are allowed to bill you now for £20.40 (2% of £20.00 being 40p).

 

They go above this, they can you can cancel.

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EE moving sheg today when making/receiving calls.

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