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(keitai-l) Re: changing phones in the UK

From: DC <dc_at_PacketVideo.COM>
Date: 04/05/01
Message-ID: <70F96055A8E7D411998E00B0D0B0323433735E_at_mistyla.packetvideo.com>
so they can change their numbers across providers? that's interesting...

in korea, I recall the individual providers use their prefix in their
branding campaigns, and for service name... like "079" is better than
"084"...

dc

>   -----Original Message-----
>   From: James Governor [mailto:jgovernor_at_illuminata.com]
>   Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 2:45 AM
>   To: keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net
>   Subject: (keitai-l) changing phones in the UK
>   
>   
>   As far as I know, "number portability"" is a regulatory 
>   requirement in the
>   UK. Service providers must allow phone users to take/bring 
>   their number with
>   them when they sign up to a new service. I believe the 
>   logic is that, if the
>   customer is forced to change their number every time they 
>   move then they are
>   less likely to change their service provider (a form of lock-in).
>   
>   
>   [ Did you check the archives?   
>   http://www.appelsiini.net/keitai-l/ ]
>   

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Received on Thu Apr 5 09:28:02 2001