Consumers to save £48m a year as phone giants agree to stop charging fees to unlock mobiles

Mobile phone giants have bowed to Government pressure and agreed to scrap fees for unlocking handsets in a move expected to save consumers £48million a year.
Customers had previously been forced to pay as much as £20 to unlock a mobile phone so it could be used on a different network. Charges have previously been levied on pay monthly customers when they came to the end of their initial contract period.
The firms have now agreed to scrap all such fees after the Government threatened to introduce laws to outlaw the charges if the phone companies failed to act voluntarily.
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9 October 2016 in Business, Views: 105
Source: Daily Mail

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