KCOM fined £900,000 for emergency call failure

Tom Wright
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KCOM fined £900,000 for emergency call failure

Failure in telco's network meant 999 calls were not connected for four hours

KCOM has been fined £900,000 after a network failure meant Hull residents could not contact the emergency services for four hours. An investigation from Ofcom, which started in February 2016, fo...

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