Scotty1.7 wrote: »
There comments are disgusting
It stinks of we can do what we want to do and stuff you for being loyal!!Surely it can't be legal to raise monthly prices and tell people they are locked in with no other options and there statortoy rights to leave when we make any changes are not allowed to be used!
You may also terminate your Contract if we vary its terms, resulting in an excessive increase in the Charges or changes that alter your rights under this Contract to your detriment. In such cases you would need to give us at least 14 days written notice prior to your Billing Date (and within one month of us telling you about the changes). However this option does not apply if:
4.3.1 we have increased the Charges by an amount equal to or less than the percentage increase in the All Items Index of Retail Prices published by the Central Statistical Office in the Monthly Digest of Statistics in any 12 month period; or
NFH wrote: »
Does this also apply to Orange's business customers (including those with a personal tariff on a business account)?
tagq2 wrote: »
As far as I can tell, the T&C don't give Orange the right to increase prices within RPI at all. The closest is:
Human_Writes wrote: »
You read the wrong section of the contract, it should be read in conjunction with section 15.
Can I cancel my contract because you're increasing my monthly service charge?No, our Pay Monthly terms and conditions allow us to increase charges by up to the RPI figure in any 12 month period. The increase in the price plan charges is less than the 5.4% rate of inflation as measured by the Retail Price Index (RPI) in October 2011.
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