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Net phone service rules announced

By Jishpar     Mar 30, 2007 in Technology
Net phone service providers must be upfront about the limitations of their services, regulator Ofcom has said.
Officials have announced that the users of this net phones sectors have to explain whether they include emergency services access. This has to be explained by Skype too. It is noticed that the net phones are attracting with cheaper calls and it would be raised to three million by 2008 in UK.
As everyone are attracted to the cheaper services to communicate all round the world.
"Providers must now spell out whether or not the phone would go dead during power cuts.
They must also make clear whether operator access and itemised calls are available"
They are just thinking whether or not to provide services for emergency calls. Other providers of VoIP services in the UK include BT, Orange and Tesco.
Some had previously said plans to regulate the industry were unnecessary.
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