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LKY campaigns to expose telecommunications abuses in Indonesia The Indonesian Cellular Telecommunications

The Indonesian Cellular Telecommunications Association reported that the mobile subscribers in Indonesia already reached 250 million in 2011. This number exceeds the 240-million Indonesian population in 2013. Unfortunately, the quality of mobile services available in the market did not match the need of the consumers. Due to technological and knowledge gap, a number of consumer rights violations increase over the years. 

WCRD 2014: CI Member helping to protect consumers from Mali mobile rip offs

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Coulibaly Salimata Diarra explains how CI Member, Mali-based ASCOMA, is combatting top-up card mobile phone promotions which leave consumers short changed.   

WCRD 2014: Mobile complaints surging in Singapore

79  81 80 Amy Ang,  Deputy Head (Legal) of Consumers Association of Singapore, reports on the growing numbers of complaints among mobile consumers as we approach the phone rights themed World Consumer Rights Day 2014.  

WCRD 2014: The unfair practice of mobile phone locking

76 In our latest WCRD 2014 blog, Conchy Martin Rey, Director for International Relations of Spanish CI Member CECU, explains why mobile phone locking is unfair. 

WCRD 2014: How consumers are tricked into joining high cost 'text clubs'

 

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As we head toward World Consumer Rights Day on March 15, Boštjan Okorn, head of testing and technology expert at Slovene Consumers' Association (ZPS – Zveza Potrošnikov Slovenije), explains how consumers in his country are being  tricked by mobile companies. 

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