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I am pouring money down the drain with my Phone, its a Vodafone through SinglePoint.
How can I find out how long Ive had the phone for? I need to keep it at least a year efore I can cancel the contract. I must be close to a year now but am not sure.
Considering how little I use it, Id be as well getting a pay as I go thing instead.
Giving them a ring is a joke. Last time I tried to phone them I was on hold for so long the battery in the phone went flat.
Plus, being so disorganised means I dont have any of the previous bills either.
grrr, I was getting all revved up for an argument there
Yeah, I know they are the only ones who can help me but trying to get hold of them is such a joke.
When I went into a random phone shop once to ask a tech question about the phone, he looked up something online and told me details of who the contract was with etc. I just wondered if there was any way I could find this out again for myself.
When phoning customer services, choose the option for buying a new phone/contract etc....they will answer more quickly as you're spending money
Then ask about upgrading etc, and how long you've been with them etc.