The premium rate phone regulator has moved to stamp out charges levied by operators for information provided elsewhere for free. It also objected to operators promoting premium-rate services on websites with the .org suffix. PhonepayPlus (PPP) said that it had faced growing numbers of complaints, many upheld, about operators …
reg Fail: UK not the US
ok so PPP sound's like some kind of medical insurance company but it's actually the regulator for premium rate here in the good ole UK
Re: reg Fail: UK not the US
Actually, PPP sounds like the way your modem talks with your ISP. You know, modems - remember them?
PPP is also a type of pension..
Regulators that do thier job - We like!
An official body which cares about the distinction between the commercial and non-profit GTLDs. I thought everyone had forgotten the difference, wonders will never cease.
"...targeting the vulnerable..." - is that Politically-correct speak for targeting the thick?
@ Alan Mackenzie
Your ADSL modem or router will be talking PPP to the ISP's kit or to a box in between.
@ Lord Elpuss
No. It's not.
Such firms are "Strongly advised not to..." charge for such information.
Oh. That'll learn 'em, then.
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