BT Phone Book charges

Posted on 09/10/2017

Many of you will have received notifications from BT at the end of September regarding back billing for phone book entries. Since those notifications were sent out, the FCS with a group of members has been working hard with BT to try and understand why this situation has arisen and to reduce or remove the charges where possible.

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