OFTEL to rule on unmetered UK calls

Report expected tomorrow

OFTEL has confirmed that it will publish its consultation document on interconnect charges tomorrow. A spokesman for OFTEL refused to reveal any detail before the formal launch tomorrow but any significant changes to current telecoms pricing structures could make subscription-free ISPs financially unsustainable. Erol Ziya, a spokesman for the Campaign for Unmetered Telecommunication (CUT) said that he was looking forward to tomorrow's announcement and that he hoped it would pave the way for the introduction of unmetered local calls for Internet users in the UK. The Register will bring you full coverage of what OFTEL has to say - and industry reaction to it - just as soon as the report is made public. ® See earlier stories. Freeserve to hit one million accounts soon Review of call charges procedures is delayed

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