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Does the new No Contract clause apply to me?

Zasps
Dabbler
Posts: 23
Registered: 27-03-2009

Does the new No Contract clause apply to me?

I've just noticed this. I signed up for 18 months originally, starting in March of last year. I paid £6.99 for my wired router then.
If I wanted to just pack in using the internet (ie Not even signing up with another ISP), would I owe Plusnet any fees?
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pierre_pierre
Grafter
Posts: 19,757
Registered: 30-07-2007

Re: Does the new No Contract clause apply to me?

well the good news, you are on a one month contract, you dont owe any money you only have to give 10 days notice.
Not sure about ceasing the line though, wait til tomorrow
thought I had better correct it
Community Veteran
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Registered: 15-06-2007

Re: Does the new No Contract clause apply to me?

There is a cease charge https://portal.plus.net/info2/legal/index.html#broadband_family
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Ending your agreement
  5. If you choose to end your agreement for the service and you do not use a recognised migration process you will be subject to the charge in the price guide.
https://portal.plus.net/info2/legal/price_guide.html#broadband_family
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Cessation fee  £30
£25 if you signed up before 15th April 2010
torbayguy
Grafter
Posts: 207
Registered: 18-03-2010

Re: Does the new No Contract clause apply to me?

Quote from: pierre_pierre
well the good news, you are on a one moth contract, you dont owe any money you only have to give 10 gays notice.

Wow... He has one MOTH, and only has to give 10 GAYS notice...
Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin  Thats alot of handbags to dance around  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
Zasps
Dabbler
Posts: 23
Registered: 27-03-2009

Re: Does the new No Contract clause apply to me?

Thanks for that, Oldjim.
£25 to get out............... That's the equivalent of four months online. I have been seriously considering packing the whole thing in. I'll mull it over.
Btw, anyone know what prompted the price rise to £6.49? The only reason I signed up with Plusnet was because of the low monthly fee. If I'd known they were going to start hiking their prices up every year I might well have went elsewhere.
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Re: Does the new No Contract clause apply to me?

If you are already on Value then the price you pay is held for 12 months.