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Spark joins NZ Telecommunications Forum Scam Calling Prevention Code

Monday 23 April 2018 | 08:32 CET | News
New Zealand operator Spark has announced that it is accelerating its efforts to reduce the success rate of scam attempts by partnering with the New Zealand telecommunications industry to share scamming information, as well as renewing its focus on helping customers to spot and report scams. Spark has agreed to be part of the NZ Telecommunications Forum (TCF) Scam Calling Prevention Code, which aims to improve the process of identifying, verifying and taking action on scam calls to landline and mobile phones, regardless of phone provider.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Spark
Countries: New Zealand
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