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On our blog we post insights on our work, ranging from industry news, research and regulatory developments to our latest consumer advice.

  • Charity text giving: its importance to the third sector and the premium rate industry

    charity semina aime phonepayplus 2016
    29 February 2016

    On Friday 19th February, we held a charity text donations seminar jointly organised by the Association for Interactive Media Entertainment (AIME). The event brought together charities considering using text based donations and those looking to improve their current text based fundraising.

  • A Christmas toast to charity text donation and PRS

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    29 December 2015

    It’s the season of goodwill and giving gifts, and as we come to the end of this year I’d like to take a moment to reflect on one of 2015’s big PRS success stories – charity text giving.

  • Industry seminars series on Code 13 now finished

    DDRAC
    16 August 2015

    On 1 July PhonepayPlus launched its 13th Code of Practice, and published a range of Notices of special conditions and a new collection of guidance.

  • Vulnerability. An open discussion

    vulnerability an open discussion phonepayplus
    28 July 2015

    While some services are experiencing a challenging operating environment, services like giving, gaming and gambling are becoming increasingly prevalent in our market. As a regulator, we’ve been thinking...

  • Our new website

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    23 July 2015

    As you might have noted already we have relaunched our PhonepayPlus website. The relaunch of our website is part of the changes PhonepayPlus is making to improve our regulatory framework...

  • PRS Annual Market Review 2014

    Annual Market Review 2014 Premium Rate Services
    07 July 2015

    Today we published the 2014 Annual Market Review, which we asked MobileSquared to conduct for us. It’s thought-provoking and I recommend it to anyone interested in an independent view of the state of the PRS market.

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