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    • By Trum 6th Jul 18, 11:46 AM
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    Canceling a Vodafone contract 2 months early and transferring my number?
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    Canceling a Vodafone contract 2 months early and transferring my number? 6th Jul 18 at 11:46 AM
    On the recommendation of the forum i went for a plus net monthly sim and i just received it, i currently pay 9.80 a month to Vodafone, it was a 12 month contract and it ends in september so 2 more billing cycles. Now i want my number from my vodafone contract moved to Plus Net, obviously im happy to pay the last 2 months of the contract as its just that, a contract but do Vodafone allow me to pay the 2 months in one go to end it now? Are there any other options for transferring my number? I dont exactly relish the idea of calling up as every time i have called in the past its a call centre in Egypt and they cant understand my Scottish accent.....
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    • By glentoran99 6th Jul 18, 11:51 AM
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    call up and get your pac you will then get a final bill to pay in a couple of weeks
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    • By Trum 6th Jul 18, 3:11 PM
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    call up and get your pac you will then get a final bill to pay in a couple of weeks
    Originally posted by glentoran99
    Ok but how does the costs work? Will there be an early cancelation fee or will i just have to pay the rest of my contract? I dont want to be spending more than i have to when its only 18 for the next 2 months of contract, out of principle alone i would prefer to wait.
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    • By pmduk 6th Jul 18, 4:46 PM
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    The final bill should be the 2 months charge plus any out of tariff charges for calls you have already made (if any)
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    • By macman 6th Jul 18, 4:51 PM
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    If you wait for the 12m to run then you will not be able to port the number out until then.
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    • By Trum 6th Jul 18, 6:56 PM
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    • 6th Jul 18, 6:56 PM
    As an update i called Vodafone, they charged me 12 to cancel my contract + 9 for 1 more months bill so a total of 21 so only 3 more than it would have been leaving it until the contract was up. Got my PAC code and it should be worked out by Tuesday. PERFECT! Its amazing when i explained the deal PlusNet gave me they didnt push anymore about trying to keep me as a customer, how do they stay in business when they offer such a small number of minutes and small data usage, seems crazy that people would stick with them!
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