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Is it true that when i go on operational tour companies that i have contracts with have to freeze my contracts? i.e moblile phone, mobile broadband. Thanks in advance
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Mortgage free. Will be debt free in Nov 2014. Credit card £250
I take it was cheaper to stay connected and unused?
It's often worth checking out the company's stance on this before signing up to a legally binding contract - some of the companies are much more MOD-friendly than others (but i's a while since I've looked at it, so can't remember who, sorry). Same applies to gym membership (if you use a private one rather than a Forces facility).
I was told that Orange are one of the few companies with a solid policy of freezing accounts.