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Could Three make us change our contracts?

I heard from someone who works at Three that they'll eventually contact people with unlimited tethering and make us change our contracts? Can they do that? I suppose the actual contract period has elapsed, but...

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CTPAHHIK  Oct. 17, 2014 at 12:52

Can the call you? Yes, they can, unless you explicitly tell them not to.
Can the offer you their so called "promotions"? Why not? That's why they calling you in a first place.
Do you have to answer or accept? No, you don't.

loofer  Nov. 1, 2014 at 15:25

Although I assume they can terminate the contract themselves by providing 30 days notice although I think that would be a major PR faux pas if they did that on a grand scale.

I think they'll probably try to tease people of these legacy contracts by offering some juicy incentives.

matt101101 / MOD  Nov. 2, 2014 at 00:59

Although I assume they can terminate the contract themselves by providing 30 days notice although I think that would be a major PR faux pas if they did that on a grand scale.

I think they'll probably try to tease people of these legacy contracts by offering some juicy incentives.

This ^^^

Three could give customers 30 days notice that they are going to end the contract, in the same way customers can give Three 30 days notice they they are intending to end the contract, but this would end up with some pretty awful press for Three.

More likely, Three will simply tempt customers away from their old, unlimited tethering plans with incentives like cheap 12 month deals etc.

loofer  Nov. 6, 2014 at 14:13

I would expect a Mobot article on this soon (in other words I'm surprised they haven't done a piece on this)... :p

I believe several people on the old One Plan with truly unlimited tethering have started to receive text messsages since last couple of days asking for customers to contact them!

Being given 60 days notice to switch to new plan.

What if you don't contact? I suspect they'll just send a letter out providing 30 days notice.

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