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Channel Islands: Investigation opened into land-line providers

 |  October 25, 2012

The Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities has opened a sweeping investigation into the practices of landline telephone practices. The CRA decided to open a probe after complaints increased over phone company charges. The CRA’s deputy chief executive Michael Byrne says consumers are in a “particularly weak position” due to a lack of competition in the market.

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