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December 12, 2013
UK consumers are benefiting from lower priced communications services than people in other major European countries and the US, according to new Ofcom research.
December 10, 2013
Phone companies offer a number of services that can help protect against nuisance calls.
November 28, 2013
Ofcom today took a significant step towards improving telephone calls for disabled consumers by proposing to approve BT’s enhanced text relay service.
November 26, 2013
The first of a new network of local TV stations takes to the airwaves today.
More consumers than ever before are signing up to contracts for mobile phones.
Product placement is now allowed in UK television programmes.
With millions of phone deals available today, it can be very confusing working out which offers you the best value for money.
If you’re confused by call charges or don’t know your 03 from your 0845 numbers, then we have the perfect guide for you. It tells you about some of the common numbers in use today, what they are used for and how much it costs to call them from a BT landline.
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