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How Simple To Return to O2?

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I picked up my Streak yesterday, on the 30 day data contract which can be cancelled after a month. The salesman said I can return the Streak within 14 days if I don't like it.

Does anyone know, is it as simple as I head back there with the unit in it's box and say I don't like it? Are there any loop holes?

If I root it do I lose this option?

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I picked up my Streak yesterday, on the 30 day data contract which can be cancelled after a month. The salesman said I can return the Streak within 14 days if I don't like it.

Does anyone know, is it as simple as I head back there with the unit in it's box and say I don't like it? Are there any loop holes?

Yes, it's that simple.

You'll have to pay for any calls etc. you've used, but that's it.

If I root it do I lose this option?

No idea, I guess it depends on quite how it's being done on the streak,

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Make sure theres not a scratch on it !

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Thanks for the info.

Yeah, I'll be very careful with it. To be honest, if someone does go wrong and they wont take it back (if I do decide I don't want it) then I think I can probably cover my costs on eBay anyway.

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Thanks for the info.

Yeah, I'll be very careful with it. To be honest, if someone does go wrong and they wont take it back (if I do decide I don't want it) then I think I can probably cover my costs on eBay anyway.

I've done it a couple of times, once in phones4you where the sales woman out and out lied about pretty much everything about the contract, I got home, read more of the docs and went straight back into store and told them. :)

And another time after about 12 days my SE P910 was so unacceptably crashy and buggy that I took it back, to find it'd already been withdrawn and they weren't even selling them any more, so had no arguments with that either :)

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But from what I understand, nothing needs to be wrong, if I just don't like it, I can get my money back?

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But from what I understand, nothing needs to be wrong, if I just don't like it, I can get my money back?

Absolutely :)

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But from what I understand, nothing needs to be wrong, if I just don't like it, I can get my money back?

Yup, called statuary rights.

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