Ofcom consults on proposed guidance on access to Emergency Services

Posted on 29/05/2018

Ofcom has published a consultation on its proposed guidance that will set out how  landline providers continue to enable customers to reach emergency services when there is a power cut at their home or premises, given the anticipated increasing move to VOIP call technology in the coming years.

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