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If you refuse to pay the onus is on them to prove the contract. If you don't believe you agreed to enter into a contract you should stand your ground until they establish the basis upon which they believe you are liable, and if they then refer the matter to debt collectors or harass you with demands, I suggest you refer the matter to the Telecommunications Ombudsman. At the very least that should force them to demonstrate why they believe you have entered into a contract.
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