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force all mobile users to use a specific directory enquiries number

Posted on 2012-03-21
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is it possible to force all mobile phone users to use  a specific number for directory enquiries
rather than using some of the more expensive ones
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Keith Alabaster earned 500 total points
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No, you cannot stop people trying to dial a number... what you can do is try to mitigate.

1. Issue a company policy that these will be charged back to the user/not reimbursed unless they use the prescribed number.

2. Discuss with your service provider - they may be able to put a block up centrally for the phone numbers that they carry which are assigned to your users.
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