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After 12 years I'm leaving Orange. Got an iPhone for Christmas:)

 

Orange have sent me my PAC codes to port my number with a letter pointing out the charges I need to pay at the end of my contract in particular the one-month line rental for a one-month notice period.

 

I have been on my current contract for over two-years so well beyond the minimum agreement. Is this extra month charge/ notice period normal when people change suppliers? I've never heard of it before and I don't have my original T&Cs - never had to consider it before because I have stuck with Orange until now.

 

I just want to know my position before I call Orange. Thanks in advance for any help.

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Doesn't sound right - what is the actual wording used in the literature you have seen?

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"You have to give 30 days' notice to leave Orange, and this starts from the date that the Port Authority Code is issued"

 

I do see this notice period in the contract T&Cs I can read on the Orange website but I no longer have my original T&Cs. Orange have told me it was the same and this 30-day notice is charged by all mobile companies.

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This only means that you need to give 30 days notice, of which you will pay (since you will still be connected) but there is no payment for time beyond the cancellation period.

 

30 days notice is standard practice.

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