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Irish fined over British premium-rate lines

Eight Irish companies were fined a total of almost half a million euro by Britain’s regulator for premium-rate telephone services last year for breaches of the premium-rate code of practice.

1st April, 2006

Eight Irish companies were fined a total of almost half a million euro by Britain’s regulator for premium-rate telephone services last year for breaches of the premium-rate code of practice.

The Independent Committee for the Supervision of Standards of Telephone Information Services (Icstis) received complaints about five Dublin companies - Celtic Promotions, Avril Communications, Falcon Telecom, XBX Pty and Telecom Cruise Offers – two Wicklow companies, Mount Wilson of Enniskerry and Prime Media...

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