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Submitted by Mark484 566d ago | news

UK consumers may soon be able to leave their mobile contract if operators hike prices

The Next Web-In a move to better protect consumers, UK communications regulator Ofcom is considering modifying its general conditions to allow mobile customers to exit their monthly contracts mid-term should an operator decide to raise prices during their 12, 18 or 24 month agreements. (Phones, Services)

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