Charges for Porting numbers away

Posted on 11/05/2018

FCS has been approached by various members recently about increasing charges for porting numbers away, to the extent that the costs are becoming unmanageable when combined with multiple ports, for example:

“We have a situation where a SP is applying a charge of £50.00 per number to port numbers away, this is the second time we have seen this particular SP act in this way...

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