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By Tony Hazell for the Daily Mail. In DecemberI purchased a mobile phone for my husband and was offered a free upgrade for my own mobile.
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Staff did not seem to know what they were doing, but eventually managed to rectify the problem. He died two days later. During this period, I needed to contact friends and relatives, but my phone started switching itself on and off and it deleted all my contacts. I asked if I could have a courtesy phone until I could back up my photos on my existing phone, which included several of my late husband.
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They said they did not have one available. The service I have received from Vodafone is deplorable.
This is beyond insulting. I pressed Vodafone to no avail. I suggest you make your own alternative plans and move to a new mobile provider.
Declarations: You risk being left high and dry abroad if you do not declare all relevant medical conditions when buying travel insurance. My travel insurer, Co-Op, told me in the Nineties that I no longer needed to declare it.
I feel penalised for a one-off illness that happened decades ago. Is this fair? S, Gateshead.
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You did the right thing by telling Staysure about your stroke. It is frustrating that your fee increased so much, but had you not informed Staysure about your illness, you would have risked being left high and dry if you needed care abroad.
In those circumstances, bills can run into the thousands, and the stress of covering it can sting much more. Some links in this article may be affiliate links. If you click on them we may earn a small commission. That helps us fund This Is Money, and keep it free to use.
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