BT No Longer Required To Give Indirect Access EG 18185 And CPS

edited 28 September 2013 at 2:59AM in Phones & TV
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edited 28 September 2013 at 2:59AM in Phones & TV
This may be important to money savers so i have extracted it from the BT Price Rise Thread.

Post By Graham1 this morning.


"According to

http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/consultations/nmr-13/statement/statement-summary

"we are removing BT's obligation to offer carrier pre-selection (CPS) and indirect access (IA) where BT's retail arm provides the retail access line"

This could be bad news for people who rely on indirect codes for making their calls.

Removing the obligation does not, of course, mean the facility will definitely be withdrawn immediately but, in time, I think it will."
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