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Change Of Address

Volume 481: debated on Wednesday 29 November 1950

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94.

asked the Postmaster-General if he will allow a telephone subscriber to retain use of the service when he is compelled to change his residence on medical grounds.

Where a house with a telephone becomes vacant, the new occupier, if a removing subscriber, is given preference over all new applicants for whom the line could be used to give service. He is given a further measure of preference over other removing subscribers in case of serious illness, where it is vital to have a telephone in the house.