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Level 70: Enigma
Posts: 16,964
Registered: ‎31-03-2010

Re: sale to Sky


@Anonymous wrote:
SKY doesnt offer any similar Evenings and W/END call home phone packages, and the line rental and b/band are more expensive for slightly less. Please explain why I should remain . Also change of terms and conditions is breach of contract

Where are you getting this information from? I have Sky broadband and phone. I have free evening and weekend calls, and my line rental is less than BT's. Not only that, Sky are now offering line rental for £9.95/month if you pay 12 months in advance. 

Your terms and conditions from O2 haven't changed. Their right to sell the phone and broadband branch of their service is in your terms and conditions, so what breach of contract is there?

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Anonymous
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Re: sale to Sky

You mean the terms & conditions that 99.9% of the people dont actually bother to read before signing up Smiley LOL

 

Its shocking how many people will just sign a legal document without reading through the terms & conditions they are actually agreeing to.

Anonymous
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Ditto - disgusting move - I'll be off too if anything changes in my Ts&Cs or ££s outlay without being asked

Anonymous
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Re: sale to Sky

Oh is that all? And I thought there was a connection between Mobile phone and broadband charges - like a big concession on combined charges!
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Registered: ‎18-09-2012

Re: sale to Sky

As long as sky adheres to the T&Cs set by O2 contracts until the expiration dates then there's no issues(well none you can break contract with).

If they don't offer the same package you may well be able to end contract without charge. I don't know what the broadband T&Cs are(don't have it).
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Re: sale to Sky


@Liquid wrote:
If they don't offer the same package you may well be able to end contract without charge. I don't know what the broadband T&Cs are(don't have it).

They're here:

 

http://www.o2.co.uk/termsandconditions/broadband

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Anonymous
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Re: sale to Sky

Information from the SKY web site - where else - there is the weekender but no mention of eveneings and weekends - if you are a sky customer why are you blogging here ???????
Anonymous
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Re: sale to Sky

Before anyone attacks me personally can I say here that what I am saying is that IF Sky dont offer me EXACTLY the same conditions - free evenings and weekends from 6-6 and half price deal the same as O2 then Im off as it would be a change that I havnt or wont agree to.
Anonymous
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Re: sale to Sky

Information of what Sky offers - from their web site

Level 44: Clearly Talented
Posts: 5,942
Registered: ‎18-09-2012

Re: sale to Sky

Unfortunatly on reading the agreement there is no "out" clause that covers this eventuality. Your stuck unfortunatly but I wish you the best of luck if you wish to drag it through the courts.

Thanks for the link perksieSmiley Happy
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