What Happens At The End Of My EE Contract?

How long is EE contract?

Pay Monthly Mobile Plans: 24 month minimum term..

Will my cell phone bill go down after 2 years?

After your two-year term expires, you plan theoretically should reduce in price, since the phone has been paid off. But this is not the case and does not happen automatically if you’re a customer on Rogers, Telus and Bell.

How can I find out when my phone 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.

How do I know when my EE contract is up?

To find out if you’re ready to upgrade:log in to My EE to see when you can upgrade for free.text UP to 150 for free from an EE phone.if you’re looking for a new device, follow the prompts to log in from our shop pages – you’ll usually get a better price as you’re already with EE.

Can I get another phone on my EE contract?

To add another plan to your account: shop online for a device or plan. call 150 from your EE phone. pop into an EE shop.

What happens when EE contract ends?

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.

Does my EE contract end automatically?

Once you’ve switched, your service with EE will be terminated and we’ll stop billing you from that date. … If you do not give your PAC to your new provider in that time, your service with EE will continue as normal and you won’t be switched to your new provider.

How much will it cost to cancel my EE contract?

On EE, you’ll need to pay a Remaining Contract Charge (early termination charge) when ending your contract during the minimum initial term. This is set at around 80% of the remaining monthly charges over your minimum initial term.

How do I end my EE contract?

To cancel your contract: Call 150 from your EE phone or 07953 966 250 from any phone. We need at least 30 days’ notice to cancel your contract.

Can I still use 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.

How can I cancel my phone contract without paying UK?

How to cancel your mobile phone contractIf you don’t want to keep your number, you just need to contact your provider and tell them you’re cancelling your contract.If you’re still within contract, you’ll need to give your provider 30 days’ notice and pay any exit fees before you can leave.More items…

What happens after phone contract ends?

However, once a contract ends, you’ve paid for your phone – so if you simply continue to pay the same amount you are overpaying! That’s because even when you don’t choose to upgrade your handset, most network providers will keep charging you for the same bundle you originally agreed to.

Can I cancel my EE contract in store?

You’ll only be able to cancel your contract at an EE store. You’ll need to take: your receipt. any device you’re returning (in as-good-as-new condition)

How long do I have to cancel a phone contract?

If you’ve signed up for your contract online or on the phone, it’s subject to a cooling-off period under the Consumer Contracts Regulations . These regulations give you the right to cancel within 14 days without paying a penalty. The 14-day period starts running the day after you make the purchase.

Do I have to give notice when my phone contract ends?

In line with new legislation intorduced on 15th February 2020, all broadband, phone, pay-TV and mobile phone providers are now required to notify customers when their contract is about to expire. This lets customers know that they can start shopping around for a better deal.