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Accept paid SMS service only applies if user ‘pay’ texting
Users of text messaging services now have to “pay” SMS before they are attached to a paid service. Until now conforms to ‘ok’. The change is part of a stringent code of conduct for SMS providers.
In addition to the obligation to ‘pay’ texting, get consumers with the new code a message stating that it is a paid service, what the costs are and how they can from again. In addition, the Compliance Office of Enforcement Foundation can make the code of conduct, suppliers now give a penalty if they cross the line.
The new code of conduct follows the older, less stringent code. Which meant, among other things, that people ‘ok’ must texting before being attached to a payment via SMS. The new code is necessary because early this year showed an increase in the number of victims of malicious SMS services.
The foundation that makes the code of conduct, the Foundation Codes of Conduct Mobile Services, sitting next to the SMS providers self-payment services that make technically possible subscriptions and providers who collect the money via the phone bill their clients.Viewing:-107
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