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Just joined the forum in hope of some advise please.


Back in 2006 I had a mobile phone contract with T Mobile, I cancelled the contract as they kept applying excessive charges.


When I cancelled the contract they had issued a default against me for approx £900 which they stated were the costs that had been incurred as a result of cancelling the contract. I paid them approximately £898 in 2008 as having this amount outstanding was affecting my credit rating.


Please can someone advise if there is anywhere that these charges can be reclaime as they do not relate to an outstanding balance but charges because I cancelled before the contract was due to end, also any assistance on how I go about having the default removed would be much appreciated.

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If you terminated the contract early, you would be liable for any charges that were their actual financial loss.


In such a situation, this would be equal to the line rental/monthly contractual fee due for the period of the contract remaining.


I assume that the £900 in question relates to this?

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