Meteor, Vodafone, UPC and Three ALL broke consumer law last year

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We all have a love/hate relationship with our mobile network, but news that has just surfaced might permanently switch you over to the hate side.

Four of Ireland's largest telecommunications businesses were served enforcement actions for breaking consumer law last year.

According to a new Watchdog report, the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) said that Vodafone, Meteor, Three and UPC failed to adequately notify consumers of their rights regarding cancelling contracts they entered into online or over the phone.

The network companies are also said to have misled customers about their legal rights to cancel distance contracts.

A total of 62 enforcements were served under these breaches to the traders last year.

So, it might be worthwhile checking out your contract now ladies. 

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