my wife aquired 2 phones on contract with o2, one for each of us, as the credit check was used for her credit card both the phones are in her name and mine cant be changed over to my name. I pay my bill every month and a year later my wife has b ecome overly possessive trying to spy and track me at every turn.
She has now phoned o2 to request a record of all called numbers and text messages from my number, dating back to aug 2013!! she has falsly stated the records are to investigate fraudulant activity she suspects has been commitrted by me on her credit card.
C an she do this as the phone is in her name whilst i pay the bill?? She threatens to have me constantly cut off with one phone call to o2.
Please help, what are my rights if any
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thanks, its the sheer cheek of it, i have nothing to hide but divorce is a very welcome party to come.
we started out fine but slowly her paranoia of other woman has mentally deranged her to the point i fear for our pet bunny!!
cheers, time for new phone ...she camn do as she pleases with other
In terms of the contract you have no rights I'm afraid even though you pay the bill from your account. She has every right to see the phone records and even if you got a phone as part of the contract, it's legally hers.
To change the phone into your name you would have to call O2 together and she could cancel the contract at any time. Maybe this would be the best way forward but she would be liable for any outstanding payments to the end of the minimum term.
Well.... what a sad tale of jealousy and paranoia.......but she is well within her rights to request any info she wants, as others have said... she is the account holder.:smileysad:
We always advise people to get contracts in their own names. What may seem a good idea at the time often is not.... when the relationship fails..
Best of luck with any plans you may have for the future...:smileywink:
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