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Citizens Advice calls for rebates after regulated telecom rates set too high

Friday 31 May 2019 | 10:42 CET | News
The UK charity Citizens Advice estimates consumers have paid GBP 100 million too much for phone and broadband services over the past five years due to the regulator setting access fees too high. The group called on operators to return some of this to customers through rebates and for regulators to change how they calculate the cost of services. 

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Countries: United Kingdom
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