UK operators agree on bill caps for stolen phones

Written by on March 23, 2015 in Snippets with 0 Comments

Under a ‘voluntary agreement,’ five mobile players in the UK – EE, O2, 3, Virgin Media and Vodafone – will introduce bill caps as protection measures for consumers from huge bills run-up on stolen mobiles, following government action.

The operators will offer consumers a liability cap set at £100 when a device is reported lost or stolen to the mobile network and police within 24 hours.

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