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Barclay Communications calls for end to auto-renewal of fixed-line contracts

Wednesday 5 May 2021 | 15:19 CET | News
Barclay Communications, Belfast-based business communications provider, has launched a campaign against auto-renewal of business fixed-line contracts. 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Barclay Communications
Countries: United Kingdom
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