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executive director Richard Lloyd said: "We're pleased the Government has extended the Consumer Rights Directive to include travel firms and that it has now agreed and clarified that basic rate does not include pricey 084 or 087 numbers."We look forward to seeing the guidance to stop public bodies using high rate numbers and we expect the Financial Conduct Authority to introduce similar measures in financial services to ensure that there are no exceptions and put an end to costly calls across the board." On Thursday regulator Ofcom announced measures to make calls to businesses or services on freephone numbers free from mobile phones as well as landlines.

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David Hickson of the Fair Telecoms campaign said: "We are delighted. Although these regulations have some gaps in them, we are seeing that public pressure is having the desired effect." John Lewis has confirmed it will drop 084 numbers in favour of "geographical numbers" that charge normal landline prices.Calls from mobile phones generally cost between 14p and 41p per minute Calls typically cost between 9p and £1.69 per minute or per call from a BT landline, but other landline providers can charge up to £2.60 per minute.But this was the first time she had received sales calls while abroad, and much to her horror, she returned home to a bill of £86 from her mobile phone provider T‑Mobile, now part of EE, because the calls had been redirected to her voicemail and had incurred overseas charges.Last month Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays also announced they would axe premium rate customer phone lines in favour of basic rate or freephone numbers for customer helplines.The government measure is part of the Consumer Rights Directive, which is due to come into force in June 2014.The provider said a £15 fee would be payable for the letter, which could take up to 40 days. Ms Isham added: “The service that I have received from EE’s customer service department has been absolutely disgusting.

I was hung up on five times and promised call backs from managers on a number of occasions, but this never happened.

Callers to 08, 09 or 118 numbers will also be told how much their call will costs, broken down into an "access charge" and a "service charge" that will appear on customers' bills.

Phone companies will set the access charge while the business or service will decide the service charge.

‘A room with 15 sewing machines could be considered an informal factory in Bangladesh.

In these factories the majority of workers are boys and men.

But a few days later, Ms Isham said that she was contacted by the provider and was told that the charges would be wiped. EE’s website seems to offer contradictory information.