- What happens when your EE contract runs out?
- Can I keep my phone after my contract ends?
- Do I own my phone after 24 months?
- How do I know when my contract ends?
- Can I sell my contract phone?
- What happens if you stop paying your mobile phone contract?
- How can I end my phone contract early?
- Do I have to give my phone back when I upgrade?
- How long can you go without paying your phone bill?
- What happens if I can’t pay my phone bill EE?
- What happens when your phone contract ends o2?
What happens when your EE contract runs out?
If you want to cancel your contract and switch providers at the end of your plan, you’ll need to request a PAC from us to give to your new provider.
If you do nothing you’ll move on to a 30-day rolling plan and pay the same as you’re paying now.
Alternatively, you can upgrade or move onto a SIM Only plan..
Can I keep my phone after my contract ends?
You can certainly keep your old phones and put them to use. … But don’t wait much more than a six months or so after your contract ends to get a new phone.
Do I own my phone after 24 months?
Typically the cost of your phone is divided over 24 months. As long as you still owe money on your phone, you can’t leave your carrier. When you’ve paid the phone off, you own it. Unlike the subsidy model, this usually also means your monthly bill is cheaper once your phone is paid off.
How do I know when my contract ends?
You can check your contract status by asking your provider – over the phone or livechat – or by logging into your account online. You may also be able to find your contract end date via your provider’s app (if you have downloaded it), by checking a bill, or looking through correspondence with your provider.
Can I sell my contract phone?
When you buy a phone on contract, the network has essentially given you the cash to pay for it. This cost is rolled into your monthly bills. … This means you don’t actually own the phone until you’ve paid off the handset part of your contract, which means you can’t sell it.
What happens if you stop paying your mobile phone contract?
If you don’t pay your mobile phone contract, your account will go into arrears. Your mobile provider could cut your phone off so you’re unable to make or receive calls. … The mobile provider can then take action to recover the outstanding bill, following the normal debt collection process.
How can I end my phone contract early?
You can cancel your contract early, free of charge if you’re within the cooling-off period or if your network provider raised their price. Cancelling your contract at any other time can be expensive. You’ll usually have to pay the cost of the outstanding term in full.
Do I have to give my phone back when I upgrade?
If you decide to keep your device, then you at least have a back-up plan in the case that something happens to your new phone. If you get rid of it, then you have the option to sell it (most of the time) and you can get credit towards the purchase of your new device.
How long can you go without paying your phone bill?
This means that a phone bill payment that is 30 or 60 days late isn’t going to have as serious an effect on your credit score as a payment that is 90 days past due. Late payments to your phone carrier can still cause services to be cut.
What happens if I can’t pay my phone bill EE?
If you can’t pay your bill, please contact us and we will do everything we can to support you. However, if we don’t hear from you, we will have to suspend your service and you won’t be able to use our network until you clear any outstanding balance.
What happens when your phone contract ends o2?
Customers not on O2 Refresh contracts Find out when your contract ends in My O2. Your final bill will include any out-of-bundle charges you have incurred before termination and, if you cancel your contract before the end of your minimum term, you final bill will also include early termination charges.