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  2. Customer experience - Wikipedia

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    Customer service, a brand's ethical ideals and the shopping environment are examples of factors that effect a customer's experience. Understanding and effectively developing a positive customer experience has become a staple within businesses and brands to combat growing competition (Andajani, 2015 [14] ).

  3. Mobile number portability - Wikipedia

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    Mobile number portability is implemented in varying ways across the globe. The International and European standard specifies that a customer wishing to port their number contact the new network (recipient), which then sends the number portability request (NPR) to the current network (donor).

  4. Caller ID - Wikipedia

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    The large number of phone numbers dilute the number of complaints against the company and phone number. Notes. The inverse feature, giving the number originally dialed, is known as direct inward dialing, direct dialing inward, or Dialed Number Identification Service. This tells the PBX where to route an incoming call, when there are more ...

  5. EE Limited - Wikipedia

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    A number of customers complained to CISAS about the conduct of T-Mobile UK, and its handling of the matter. In August 2014, EE started a new service where customers could queue-jump when phoning EE customer services for a one off cost of 50p to be fast tracked out of the queue to an available agent.

  6. Long-distance calling - Wikipedia

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    A Zenith number in the late 1950s required an operator manually determine the destination number from a printed list; the 1967 Wide Area Telephone Service introduced the first automated toll-free telephone numbers, terminated on special fixed-rate trunks.

  7. Push-button telephone - Wikipedia

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    This led to the addition of the number sign (#, pound or diamond in this context, hash, square or gate in the UK, and octothorpe by the original engineers) and asterisk or star (*) keys in 1969. [ citation needed ] Later, the hash and asterisk keys were used in vertical service codes , such as *67 to suppress caller ID in the Bell System.

  8. Telephone numbers in Australia - Wikipedia

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    125xxx – Telstra mobile services (e.g. 125111 is Telstra mobile customer service) 1268x , 1268 xxxx and 1268 xxx xxx – Internal network services 127 – Testing numbers (e.g. 12722123 reads your number from a Telstra line, 12723123 reads your number for an Optus line) (length varies), dial 12722199 then hang up and the call is returned by ...

  9. Sky UK - Wikipedia

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    Sky UK Limited is a British broadcaster and telecommunications company that provides television and broadband Internet services, fixed line and mobile telephone services to consumers and businesses in the United Kingdom. It is the UK's largest pay-TV broadcaster with 12.7 million customers as of end of 2019 for its digital satellite TV