Mobile Contract Customers In Default

30 November 2008 global credit crunch is taking its toll on the mobile communications industry, with defaulted wireless contracts on the rise.

Mobile Today's sources indicate that customers skipping on their mobile bills have increased significantly in recent months, with clients requesting that networks to drop rates. 

This development has increased as the pattern of redundancies across the country have increased. 9,000 jobs were lost last week, with close to 2 million people in the UK now currently unemployed, a peak in 11 years.

By the end of 2009, unemployment numbers are expected to top three million.

[Mobile Today]

TOPICS:   Mobile

1 comment

  • Anonymous
    LOL - "clients requesting the networks to drop rates" Like that's going to happen - they'll just refer the debt to a collections agency and shaft the non paying clients as hard as possible....

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