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Mobile phone owners could be charged to receive calls when using handsets in the UK, it has been claimed.
Currently, consumers who take their handsets overseas can be hit with a bill of up to 19p a minute to take an incoming call.
Now a similar system could be imposed on domestic calls, according to mobile phone industry insiders.
Originally posted by azzllin
Yeah im with you, ill smash my phone o bits rather than give them the pleasure of ripping me off anytime they wish too, i pay enough on contracts as is and it dont need to be going up anytime soon, when will these people learn they just cant go around moving the bloody goalposts when they like it.
Originally posted by sir_chancealot
They already do this in the United States, they just don't say so explicitly.
When you make or RECEIVE a call, it uses your minutes, for which you have paid (or will pay, depending on your billing).