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If I request a PAC code on O2 to move to Orange will O2 make me pay the remainder of my contract?

If I request a PAC code on O2 to move to Orange will O2 make me pay the remainder of my contract? I have three months left.

Most Useful Answer satchef1  May. 13, 2013 at 03:47

You can request it without being charged. You only pay if you use it.

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matt101101 / MOD  May. 6, 2013 at 17:36

Yes, it's called a contract for a reason. You are contractually bound...

AhmadCentral  May. 6, 2013 at 18:51

Yes, it's called a contract for a reason. You are contractually bound...

You're right Matt. They should teach contract law/consumer rights/money management/all that other important stuff in schools. Who needs English i am right?

matt101101 / MOD  May. 6, 2013 at 19:02

Yes, it's called a contract for a reason. You are contractually bound...

You're right Matt. They should teach contract law/consumer rights/money management/all that other important stuff in schools. Who needs English i am right?

Hmm, don't know why your posts keep getting moderated. Might be worth emailing Emma about...

English is useful, I do question the need for some subjects though. Honestly, what's going to be more useful to more people, art lessons or a basic understanding of English criminal and contract law?

AhmadCentral  May. 6, 2013 at 19:07

It's because Mobot hates me :|. I tried emailing Emma last year but there was no resolution as to why i kept getting moderated.

Yeh i was joking about English, but they really need to teach some of that essential stuff that people just don't know about. It's far more useful than some of the crap taught in schools today.

matt101101 / MOD  May. 6, 2013 at 22:02

Sorry, again. I don't get special moderation notifications, I just get the normal pink icon on the top right of the screen on that little phone mast icon. If I haven't commented on a thread, I have no idea it needs moderating, I just have to hope to stumble across it.

Anyhow, yeah you're right, it's totally ridiculous that people enter into contracts knowing nothing about the legal obligations they're letting themselves in for. Basic contract law isn't even that complicated: invitation to treat, offer, acceptance, consideration, intention to create legal relations etc. I'm not suggesting people should be taught degree level contract law at GCSE level, but a bright 16 year old wouldn't have an issue picking up the basics. It's easier than algebra, that's for sure haha :p!

CTPAHHIK  May. 7, 2013 at 17:48



English is useful, I do question the need for some subjects though. Honestly, what's going to be more useful to more people, art lessons or a basic understanding of English criminal and contract law?


How would you expect people to sit on their ass whole day and claim to have artistic personality without some art classes?

ThomasRIcomongan  May. 9, 2013 at 15:50

What is a PAC code ???????

ascen  May. 13, 2013 at 00:05

If I request a PAC code on O2 to move to Orange will O2 make me pay the remainder of my contract? I have three months left.

It depends - give O2 a call and ask them. Some of the older contracts allowed you to break the contract early with a somewhat modest fee. My recent o2 contract is different and it prevents any early termination without me paying the contract out in full. For example if I have 4 months remaining I would have to pay the full 4 months with instant service termination, thus missing out on 4 months service that I've essentially paid for. With only a few months left it might be worth waiting.

satchef1  May. 13, 2013 at 03:47

You can request it without being charged. You only pay if you use it.

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