Hi all - To cut a long, agonizing and frustrating story short, I've signed up for a free trial with a website hosting company, and during the trial I have "3 months" to cancel or amend the service, otherwise they will sign me up to a 2-year, £35 a year contract. I signed up for the service on 19th March 2008, and yesterday (19th June 2008) I tried to amend my service to a cheaper tarriff, and I was told that my three months were up. My question is this: in English law, what does "3 months" actually mean? To me, this term is ambiguous, because it does not state whether I have until the beginning of the day, on the same date three calendar months forward of signing up (ie. by 12:01am yesterday); or the end of the day three calendar months forward of signing up (ie. by 11:59pm yesterday)? And also, is '3 months' a legally binding term anyway? If someone took up an account in January, would they be entitled to less free time because February has only 28 or 29 days? I would be extremely grateful for any advice that could be given.