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Vodafone overcharged my mother by £2,000 after it gave her free data in store

Published on Sunday 25th of September 2016 05:59:26 AM in Guardian

I am writing to you on behalf of my mother, who faces losing almost £2,000 because Vodafone won’t accept the terms of a contract she signed in one of its stores.Back in April, she went into the Berwick store to buy a Wi-Fi dongle and a ...

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