on 02-07-2013 13:40
You need to give 30 days notice and if still contracted for a length of time you have to pay off the remaining time of contract. If on a rolling monthly contract it's just the 30 days, but they'll explain when you call.
on 18-04-2014 15:57
Good luck with your preferred new network. Is it just the price increase or are you having other problems?
on 18-04-2014 17:03
If you are thinking of changing your network we strongly recommend you try out FREE payg sim for your preferred network to check the signal meets your needs. Please don't rely on Web based coverage checkers.
on 02-10-2014 20:43
If you find out, please let me know.
I'm actually finding their cancellation methods a joke. I phoned this morning and was in a queue for 35mins. I tried this evening for 55mins and then they cut me off. Tried phoning @ 8.30 this evening only to be told that they're closed, contrary to the website stating that for pay monthly, the times are 8am to 9pm. If they want to keep my custom, refusing to listen to me isn't the correct way.
Can't get an advisor in Live Chat even though they are meant to be there til 11pm. An absolute joke. I know that O2 will never be able to match the deal I have seen so I'm just leaving and after this fiasco, I'll never be back. No wonder customers seem to be flocking to other service providers.
on 02-10-2014 20:48
No wonder customers seem to be flocking to other service providers.
Have you got a link to this info at all?
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone 8+ (EE)
on 02-10-2014 20:51
You say you want to cancel but also query them keeping your custom? Do you mean you haven't made your mind up about cancelling?
on 02-10-2014 20:58
No Oracle. It was a statement simply based on supplier- customer relationship. If there was a chance that I would stay, they mess it up by ignoring me. Not great tactics, don't you think?
Also, as for the statement about people flocking from O2, I should've worded that better to mean that people that I know have moved from O2 to the biggest network in the UK. I'm sure I can find some statistics to back that up but this is not a debate about that.
I have been a customer with O2 for about 10years, give or take. I do expect some level of decency when needing them to deal with any of my enquiries. Is that too much to ask?