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Master Geek

#38084 24-Jul-2009 08:54
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I am wanting to drop my old mobile plan with Vodafone, what is the best way to end the contract?
Do i have to use my vodafone mobile or can i just ring the Accounts Dept?

cheers Stew

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Master Geek

  #238526 24-Jul-2009 09:03
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just call 777 and ask to be disconnected and they will schedule it in for you and inform you of any termination fees.

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Master Geek

  #238528 24-Jul-2009 09:11
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Sweet on the phone now


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  #238546 24-Jul-2009 09:48
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Remember: if you want to move your number to Telecom (Porting) then you SHOULDN'T DISCONNECT.

Once you disconnect the number, it's gone. For number porting you have to fill the forms on a Telecom store and they will everything for you.



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Master Geek

  #238549 24-Jul-2009 09:50
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Nah they switching it to prepay

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  #238790 24-Jul-2009 23:34
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Newguy did you realize you can port the number to vodafone prepay if you want to keep the number??

Again a reminder that if you want this then DO NOT DISCONNECT. I'm not sur the process but VF can advise you on how to port to prepay.

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