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Level 1: Joiner
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Registered: ‎15-10-2018

Changing network

I am leaving O2 shortly, unfortunately I struggle with network coverage at home even with a boost box. I am currently out of contract and intend to change networks in the next few days once I receive the PAC for my devices. My billing date is the 20th of the month, will I be charged a further months contract after this date? I am I still required to give 30 days notice if I am out of contract. Thanks

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Re: Changing network

Once you have received your pac & given it to your new provider then a final bill will be produced
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Re: Changing network

@howard yes, you are required to give 30 days notice. If you port away before the 30 days you will lose the allowan6and still be charged for them.

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Re: Changing network

Hi @howard, I hope the replies above answered your question, and if there's anything else we could help you with please let us know. slight smile

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