It is possible to cancel an agreement concluded online or by phone with a cellular phone service provider without charge and within short elapsed time periods if the provider has not respected certain commitments.
Concluding a contract online or by phone gives you specific rights. These rights are additional to those presented on the pages about:
Situations and cancellation time limits
|Cancellation time limit
|You do not have access to the phone services:
|Anytime, before you get access to the services
|30 days after the conclusion of the contract
|7 days after receipt of contract
|7 days after you get access to the services
To cancel your contract, you must submit a cancellation notice to the service provider within the set time limits. The notice can be verbal or written. The Office de la protection du consommateur advises you to keep proof of delivery of this notice.
You can send the notice by e-mail, by fax or by registered mail. The cancellation will take effect on the notice’s delivery date. If you have already incurred fees, the service provider must refund you within 15 days after the notice’s delivery.
Did you use a credit card to make a purchase? If the service provider does not refund you within 15 days following the contract cancellation, you can file a chargeback request within 60 days to your credit card company. For more information, please see:
The credit card company that receives the chargeback request must credit the amount paid to your account.
Last update : May 3, 2021
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