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Change in TELUS standard mobility Service Terms & Conditions

Ok, so I got this notice that TELUS standard mobility Service Terms & Conditions were changing because they are adding some changes, they say it is to add online billing to it, bla bla.

It says it will be valid in 30days. Well, I had read somewhere that if they changed anything on their terms and conditions and I did not accept the changes within the 30 days then I could be freed from my contract.

Is this true? or did I just misinterpret what I read.

Thanks,

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Re: Change in TELUS standard mobility Service Terms & Condit

Hi,

Do you have a question about GroupWise Mobility Services product support? Or are you looking for legal advise?

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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Re: Change in TELUS standard mobility Service Terms & Conditions

AlmaCSylvester,
> Ok, so I got this notice that TELUS standard mobility Service Terms &
> Conditions were changing because they are adding some changes, they say
> it is to add online billing to it, bla bla.


Sorry, but I might miss something. Is there a question regarding Novell's
Mobility pack in here?

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Anders Gustafsson (NKP)
The Aaland Islands (N60 E20)

Have an idea for a product enhancement? Please visit:
http://www.novell.com/rms

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