Virgin Media wants to charge £240 fee for cancelling a contract

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We’re moving and the broadband firm can’t provide a service to our new home We must move out of our rented flat after our landlord unexpectedly decided to sell. Luckily, we have found a new place. However, when we called our broadband provider, Virgin Media, to notify it about the move we were told it does not offer a service at our new address. Despite us being with the company for more thn two years, it insists we pay a £240early termination fee because we had just renewed our 18-month contract. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on
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