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  1. I have recently been very unwell and in hospital and was unable to cancel my upgraded Vodafone contract within the specified 14 days of renewal on the 12 January, 2015. I phoned Vodafone today to explain the situation and was shocked to find out that they have no process to deal with such situations and I am tied into an 18 month contract, despite the fact that I am unwell, can no longer work and quite frankly am unable to pay the tariff I am locked into. I asked for them to reduce the tariff and the only reply I could get was 'You are outside the 14 days of terms and conditions'. I asked if they had an appeal process by which I could explain my situation and support this with medical evidence. The reply was' You are outside the 14 days of terms and conditions'. I explained that I had not set up or even put the sim card into the new iphone5 they had sent me and I was perfectly happy to return the phone as long as they could reduce my tariff. The answer I got was 'You are outside the 14 days of terms and conditions' I asked to speak to a manager to discuss this - the answer I got was 'No mangers do not discuss these issues - you are outside the 14 days of terms and conditions. This is outrageous with a company as large as Vodafone that they have no system or support or flexibly for extenuating circumstances such as myself and I am sure other people. I have been advised that Lee the Vodafone rep should be able to advise me on how to move forward from the dreadful situation as I am unable to pay the current tariff and quite frankly am stressed enough with illness without this extra, totally unreasonable response and behaviour from Vodafone. I am currently working with Stepchange Debt Management Charity, so will ask if they have any advise on how to move forward. Please can you advise?
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