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Topic # 57144 4-Feb-2010 07:37
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I was on a 2 year contract for mobile 'broadband' (sick joke that was!) 


I told them in good time that I did not want to renew it when it finished -- otherwise it would have rolled over automatically.


I am still being billed for it.


I have tried to call them but I get as far as a prompt to enter my mobile number. I enter the number attached to the account and it is rejected every time and I can't go further. 


I am left to now just wait for their collections department to contact me ... not a situation I want to be on. On the other hand, I am not going to waste my time making more efforts to contact them, so the bills just keep coming ...


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  Reply # 295930 4-Feb-2010 08:01
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PM some details and I will take a look



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  Reply # 297428 9-Feb-2010 17:02
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Thanks john for sorting this out.

Now please can you look at my fax machine ..

Just kidding.


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