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BT Group, which owns 118 500 and the firm’s phone and broadband services, hit a whopping £3.9billion.
Yell’s were £68.5m while Maureen owner Independent Radio News’ gross profits hit £3.3m.
An elderly person sought help after getting a £150 bill for calling a 118 number.
“Elderly people who aren’t confident using the internet are most at risk of shock 118 bills because they use these services to find information instead.” A recent Ofcom report revealed how a man was charged £350 for a 118 call plus connection from a landline.
It said: “Consumer has said that he is upset with the lack of information given by directory enquiries as they didn’t advise him of what the connection costs would be and the charge to call them.” David Hickson, of the Fair Telecoms Campaign, said: “The most widely used directory enquiries services, including 118 118, cost far more to call than a sex chat line.
“The basic service of getting a published number is available for free or at a far more reasonable price.” Dominic Blackburn, of 192which provides numbers free, warned: “Calling a 118 number should always be a last resort.” Alex Chalk, standing for re-election as Tory MP for Cheltenham, demanded a new Ofcom probe to protect unsuspecting users from “incurring vast charges”.
There are 27,000 hours of domestic content produced a year at a cost of £2.6 billion.
That is nearly 22 times higher than the 40p it cost to call 192 in 2003 when 118 numbers were brought in to increase competition and lower prices.
The four biggest 118 firms — 118 118, BT, Yell and Maureen — all charge at least £5.50 for a 45-second call.
Amanda Waring, a campaigner for the elderly, said they were fleecing vulnerable people who do not get numbers from the internet.
She said: “The frail and elderly will use these numbers.
Free-to-air, free-to-view and subscription providers are available, with differences in the number of channels, capabilities such as the programme guide (EPG), video on demand (VOD), high-definition (HD), interactive television via the red button, and coverage across the UK.