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NorthSeaTiger

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Well I will be moving house in next couple of weeks to a village slightly further north than Aberdeen city. My parents live there so i have been out a few times to see them and have noticed i have NO phone signal on my IPhone when there.

 

So I phoned O2 just now and was told that basically I had signed a contract, they didnt have a good reception so tough shit. Its not like it is the middle of nowhere, its only 5 miles from the nearest big town and is on a few mins, literally, from the main Aberdeen-Inverness road....

 

So I will have just under a year left on my contract, unable to use my phone unless i go out and about.

 

Any ideas or info I can use? Surely thats not right that they can throw there hands up and say "Tough, you signed. Deal with it"? I will be paying for a phone I can barely use, unless I drive somewhere with better coverage. Fair enough I did sign a contract, but surely in these circumstances they would help out? Its their fault I aint got a signal.... Bastards..

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Under normal circumstances [3 obviously] you can get out of a contract due to their signal being a laughable joke absolutely everywhere in the country. But you signed an O2 contract at your current residence, moving has nothing to do with them and you probably wouldn't win a get out ruling from the provider as they have no duty of service towards your new home.

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