Some fresh rules out now by telecoms industry regulator Ofcom that possibly allows you to kick off your previous phone contract but if your network hoiks up the price without you have to pay any penalty fee.
Presently those who are on fixed term contract and your operators decided to incline up its prices similarly the famous networks such as Orange, T Mobile and O2 done in last year. Now you have the complete permission to end your running contract without paying any extra charge on it.
The Ofcom new plan is open until 14th March and there is also an alternative proposition from it that users are able to choose the contact that comes with the variable rates. In other words you may also say that this is the perfect way say good bye to that plan which increases their price.
If the proposal goes via that network which likely to increase their price tag in offset or any thing that they want to change in the plan then simply you have complete right to cancel that and select the new cheap and best one for you.
If the luxurious South Korean craft Galaxy SIII which available on Contracts that have the price tag as £50 and more then many users grab the sim free way to get this classy device.
On the other side if you want to become the owner of commendably intended Nexus 4 with in low budget then you may get the chance to grab all high end specs in it with really easier way.