Vodafone blocks premium-rate services for all users

Vodafone blocks premium-rate services for all users
Vodafone blocks premium-rate services for all users

Good news for customers Vodafone: the telephone operator, in fact, has announced that the block is finally available to all its users by default of all VAS digital services (also known as premium services).

This initiative was initially planned to start from 30 April last but the operator then announced that the procedure would continue for a few more weeks, with the aim of being completed by 31 May 2021.

Vodafone has finally blocked for all VAS services

According to what is learned, however, it took a few more days but what matters is that from 5 June 2021 all Vodafone customers should have already activated the automatic blocking of VAS services.

Considering how frequent is the case of “victim” users of this kind of services (these are those that can be activated via SMS or data connection and that offer various types of content, from horoscopes to news, from games to music, from forecasts weather to the ringtones, all with the payment of a sum only one or a periodic subscription), it can only be good news for Vodafone customers that they have finally gotten rid of this “danger”.

This initiative was taken by the popular telephone operator in execution of an AGCOM provision, which stipulated that all mobile customers must be protected from this type of service.

Certain services are not included in the automatic block, such as donations, Mobile Ticketing, PEC services, banking information services, televoting, postal services and electronic certified delivery services.

Users who wish to request the deactivation of the block by default VAS services can contact the Vodafone Customer Service and obtain it at any time and at no cost.

You can find all Vodafone offers by following this link.

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