on 23-01-2022 01:45 PM
I've been having a problem with my broadband for 3 days now. It keeps coming and going and I am extremely fed up of this.
According to British law, if the speed shows under 7Mbps, I am able to cancel mid-contract without a fee. If no action is taken for this, I will cancel my direct debit.
I am trying to attach screenshots of the low internet speeds shown by fast.com but am unable to.
Please get back to me as soon as possible.
on 24-01-2022 08:39 AM
on 23-01-2022 05:11 PM
@Fazal1 , you are completely incorrect about 7 Mbps being any sort of legal trigger for cancelling.
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on 23-01-2022 03:33 PM
I think you need to brush up on your law!
You should never cancel a Direct Debit as it can cause you all sorts of issues later on including penalty fees being added for late payment and it may affect your credit rating too. You are covered by the DD guarantee so should get your money back if there is any issue over payments.
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