O2 fined £10.5m for overcharging departing customers

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Around 140,000 customers overpaid, according to Ofcom

Mobile network O2 has been fined £10.5 million by British telecommunications regulator Ofcom for overcharging more than 140,000 customers. According to Ofcom, an investigation revealed issues wi...

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