Your news item on http://www.ofcom.org.uk/media/news/2010/03/nr_20100317
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(+44) (0)300 123 4000
That is *NOT* the right way to quote a telephone number, and OFCOM should know better. How can OFCOM expect telcos to follow any of the rules if they themselves cannot follow the simplest of ITU specifications?
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