16-05-2017 04:02 PM
I need to cancel my mobile phone (sim only) contract online. I do not have the funds to call from abroad, How can I possibly do it online. I am really deperate to cancel this line as I am no longer using it and I have not been using it for some months now, plz help.
16-05-2017 04:12 PM
@NorahMbire You need to call EE customer services to cancel the contract if your still in contract and you'll need to pay off any remaining term that is left within the contract.
16-05-2017 04:15 PM - edited 16-05-2017 04:19 PM
Thank you for taking the time to visit the Community.
The only two methods to cancel a contract with EE which are:
As you are outside of the U.K. and you say you can't contact EE by phone, you would need to send them a letter to the following address:
EE - Customer Services
6 Camberwell Way
Tyne and Wear
Please be aware, if you're not eligible to cancel your contract (e.g. you're not within 45 days of the end of your minimum term), we won’t be able to process the cancellation and we’ll send you a text message and a letter giving the date when you do become eligible to cancel.
16-05-2017 04:23 PM - edited 16-05-2017 04:48 PM
@Inyourbox Within 45 days to cancel a contract? Sorry to say but say but since when.
You can cancel your contract at any time and pay off any remaining fees to the minimum contract term.
To give notice on the contract it's 30 days if you wish to see out to the end of the contract.
And the only 45 day period I know is the free upgrade period which is 45 days before the minimum term.
16-05-2017 04:28 PM
The information I provided has been copied and pasted from EE's "Cancelling a contract after 14 days" which is located here.
Under the section named "Write to Us", it clearly states the following:
"if you're not eligible to cancel your contract (ie you're not within 45 days of the end of your minimum term), we won’t be able to process the cancellation and we’ll send you a text message and a letter giving the date when you do become eligible to cancel and asking you to call us then. If you don’t call us, your account will continue to be open"
So by the information provided, it would seem you can request to cancel your contract when you are within the last 45 days of your minimum term by providing 30 days notice.
16-05-2017 04:36 PM
@Inyourbox Mmmmm. So it looks like EE will not allow you to cancel your contract even if you offered to pay off the contract unless you're in your minimum 45 days if your using the post to cancel a contract.
Isn't that more about giving notice than cancelling a contract because you can cancel a contract at any point where as giving notice obviously has to be done in a set time period. But EE are using the word cancel and not give notice.
16-05-2017 04:44 PM
I think its because of how the cancellation system works because you can request to have your account cancelled at the end of your minimum term by requesting a pre-date cancellation.
16-05-2017 04:47 PM
@Inyourbox. I thought if you used the post to give notice that the 30 days starts once EE receive the letter. And the pre date is no more than 5 days before the 30 day give notice date and this is done via calling CS.
16-05-2017 05:54 PM
Just to let you know the 45 days is only for cancellation requests via post, so it can be pre-dated if the account is not out of contract already.
You can't request an early termination via post, as the fee's would need to be verbally agreed.
Thanks - Karen.
16-05-2017 06:00 PM
@NorahMbire If your still in contract and not in the last 45 days of that contract you will need to call customer services to cancel your contract as you need to speak with them about what you'll have to pay to end your contract early.
17-05-2017 09:41 PM
17-05-2017 09:46 PM
@NorahMbire If your not in the last 45 days of that contract you have to call you have no other options. Sorry.
18-05-2017 06:06 AM
@NorahMbire How long have you got left in your contract.
18-05-2017 08:55 AM