Cancelling your mobile phone insurance is relatively straightforward and most policies will allow you to cancel anytime. To cancel you will need to speak directly with the insurer (either via email, over the phone or in writing) and ensure you have your policy number to hand.
Losing your phone can be a bit of a nightmare, but there’s more at stake than just your hand set and contact numbers…fortunately there are a few steps that you need to take.
Cashback deals can be a great way of saving on the cost of your mobile or mobile bills, and they’re a common incentive offered by companies as you have seen across our site. The way they work is fairly simple. You’ll sign a contract, and in return the company or provider will promise you a certain amount of money back.
It might surprise you to know that not all 0800, 0808 or 0500 calls are free if you’re calling from a mobile phone. Whilst you can call these numbers free from a land line phone, mobiles are a different story, and you could end up with a very surprising mobile bill at the end of the month. So how can you call these numbers for free?
Getting a phone bill that’s higher than you’ve agreed to pay in your contract can be a pain, but whether or not this is cause to cancel your contract is a bit of a murky issue, depending on why your bill has gone up and on when your contract was signed.
Today’s question comes from Jane who asks: Dear Brandon, I took out a phone contract for my ex-boyfriend as he had a bad credit rating. We have since split up and he has taken the phone but is refusing to pay the monthly bill. What are my options?
Signing a mobile contract is not something that should be undertaken lightly, mostly because it can be difficult and costly to cancel once you’re signed up for service. Whilst there are some occasions when you can cancel penalty free, for the most part if you want to cancel you’re going to end up paying some pretty pricey fees. Let’s take a look at exactly what your options are here.
This is a bit of a tough one, but there are options… if you get a mobile on a two year contract you’d sort of expect that your phone would be protected in some way, right? However, that’s not always true. We’re going to be honest and say that in many cases you’re going to end up buying a new phone out of your own pocket, but there are some things that you might want to try first.