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Monday, 03 January 2011 18:39

Can I Keep My Mobile Phone Contract If Bankrupt?

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What happens when made bankrupt to mobile phone contracts? can you carry on with it or is it something that the official receiver would insist on cancelling?
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You are allowed a mobile phone if bankrupt, however if your contract is costly each month, or excessive, it may not be allowed.
Regards,
Jon

You are allowed a mobile phone if bankrupt, however if your contract is costly each month, or excessive, it may not be allowed.  

 

Regards, 

 

Jon

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