LONDON: A UK consumer body has blasted warring media companies BSkyB and Virgin Media for "behaving like children" following the former's decision to pull its channels from Virgin's cable platform in a battle over fees.
The National Consumer Council is threatening to make a 'super-complaint' on behalf of Virgin (formerly NTL) customers whose Sky Basics channels were switched off last week [WARC News: 02-Mar-07].
Deputy ceo at the NCC, Philip Cullum, says the organisation could invoke its statutory powers to push for an Office of Fair Trading review of the entire UK digital television market if the situation is not resolved.
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