Are you over 70

  1minute 15:14 03 Sep 06

Well if you are you can not sign up to Talk-Talk if your over 70. It's company policy so say Talk-Talk, as you may not understand the contract!!

Article from Todays Mail on Sunday page 55.

  1minute 15:21 03 Sep 06

Should have added it's talk talk broadband.

  jack 15:33 03 Sep 06

Who reads contracts?
As silver surfers are in the ascendancy looks like they could be missing a chunk of business- if the statement is true -more likely a bit of scandal sheet guff.

  anskyber 15:41 03 Sep 06

Its not in there terms and conditions. There is a requirement to be 18yrs or over but no upper limit is set.

  Jimmy14 15:41 03 Sep 06

This could be seen as age discrimination and that's the way I see it.

  anskyber 15:41 03 Sep 06


  €dstowe 15:50 03 Sep 06

In case you want the link click here

  Stuartli 16:06 03 Sep 06

Carphone Warehouse did state that occasionally elderly people might not fully understand the Ts and Cs and, in such cases, might advise that they brought along a friend to ensure that they appreciated the contract's implications.

  jakimo 16:36 03 Sep 06

If only occasionally,why discriminate against all over 70s

I would suggest that All age groups have difficulties understanding insurance policy contracts, but they are not discriminated against!

  diamond-joe 17:13 03 Sep 06

Well that will stop my folks signing up for it:-)

  €dstowe 17:17 03 Sep 06

Seems to me that they should simplify their T&Cs rather than demonise a potentially very lucrative section of the market. The "silver surfer" makes up a very significant portion of Internet users.

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