I'm completing on selling my house tomorrow (hopefully!) and need to cancel my plusnet service (new house already has existing service, so no transfer required).
I'd like to know what I should be asking for when cancelling to leave the line in the easiest state for the new house owner to resume service with Plusnet (or transfer elsewhere).
As a secondary point, and I think I know the answer to this, being mid-contract would I save any money if the new occupant decides to continue with plusnet?
Thanks in advance!
Fixed! Go to the fix.
Re: Best way to move out 'cleanly'?
In most cases its not just a case of moving in and as it was there before, it will be on the future.
You will need to liase with the current/former owner add transfer the internet account to you, both as owner and bill payer.
The bill payer will be responsible for anything that happens on that connection.
is not or shouldn't be just a case of moving and its there
If you're looking to move homes and won't need your current services at the new property then the best people to discuss this with would be our House Moves Team. They can be reached on 0800 013 2632 between the hours of 8AM-8PM from Monday to Friday, 9AM-7PM on Saturdays and 9AM-6PM on Sundays.