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Old July 15th 03, 12:39 AM posted to uk.adverts.telecom.mobile
Matt S
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Default Unlimited free texts, unlimited free wap, 50 off peak minutes per day


"Paul Noga" wrote in message
...
'Original' Genie sim card, 9.99 a month for everything in the subject

line.
And there really are no limits! Had this for years but hasn't been used

for
at least 18 months so can guarantee no one calling from previous use.

Simple
conversion to your direct debit account (managed completely online - no
phone bills popping through your door).


I assume you realise that if you just change the DD details for yours to the
buyers YOU will still be liable for any unpaid bills. A buyer could
therefore simply set up a DD for one month, make calls to all day every day,
cancel the DD before the payment is taken and YOU would have to pay the bill
or face court proceedings. NOT a good idea.

If you meant transfer the contract to somebody else then I'm fairly certain
that O2 won't allow this and even if they did they would probably make the
new person move to one of the newer tariffs.


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  #2  
Old July 15th 03, 09:57 AM posted to uk.adverts.telecom.mobile
Paul Noga
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Posts: 30
Default Unlimited free texts, unlimited free wap, 50 off peak minutes per day


"Matt S" wrote in message
...
|
| "Paul Noga" wrote in message
| ...
| 'Original' Genie sim card, 9.99 a month for everything in the subject
| line.
| And there really are no limits! Had this for years but hasn't been used
| for
| at least 18 months so can guarantee no one calling from previous use.
| Simple
| conversion to your direct debit account (managed completely online - no
| phone bills popping through your door).
|
| I assume you realise that if you just change the DD details for yours to
the
| buyers YOU will still be liable for any unpaid bills. A buyer could
| therefore simply set up a DD for one month, make calls to all day every
day,
| cancel the DD before the payment is taken and YOU would have to pay the
bill
| or face court proceedings. NOT a good idea.
|
| If you meant transfer the contract to somebody else then I'm fairly
certain
| that O2 won't allow this and even if they did they would probably make the
| new person move to one of the newer tariffs.
|
|

Already looked into this fully, as all details are held online it is just a
case of changing the contact details and direct debit account details.


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Old July 24th 03, 10:57 AM posted to uk.adverts.telecom.mobile
Colin Sempey
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Posts: 32
Default Unlimited free texts, unlimited free wap, 50 off peak minutes per day

couldi put my num onto this and still get 3 texts


"Matt S" wrote in message
...

"Paul Noga" wrote in message
...
'Original' Genie sim card, 9.99 a month for everything in the subject

line.
And there really are no limits! Had this for years but hasn't been used

for
at least 18 months so can guarantee no one calling from previous use.

Simple
conversion to your direct debit account (managed completely online - no
phone bills popping through your door).


I assume you realise that if you just change the DD details for yours to

the
buyers YOU will still be liable for any unpaid bills. A buyer could
therefore simply set up a DD for one month, make calls to all day every

day,
cancel the DD before the payment is taken and YOU would have to pay the

bill
or face court proceedings. NOT a good idea.

If you meant transfer the contract to somebody else then I'm fairly

certain
that O2 won't allow this and even if they did they would probably make the
new person move to one of the newer tariffs.




 




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