I have recently moved into a new house in which I receive no network coverage on my mobile and as such it is useless to me. The only other place I use it is at work and I cannot get signal there either. All other times, out and about etc, the signal is ok, but not brilliant.
Is there enough reason for my contract with my mobile company to become void, as technically I am not being provided with a service?
I know a judge in America recently agreed that this was enough justification for cancelling but I know not of any cases in the UK as yet?
You take the phone out on a yearly contract.I would imagine they would expect you to honour the contract it not their problem that you have shifted houses and now don't get a signal.If just a new contract they may let you out of it.
If you choose a contract phone rather than a pre-pay phone, you will be committed to using a certain network, at a certain tariff for a minimum period of time without any legal right to change tariff or cancel,
Phone them up tell them that you have shifted houses a can't pick up a signal. With orange they could change where the signal was coming from and change what mast you were getting your signal from to one nearer you.