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State to take up unlisted number fees

SACRAMENTO — — In California, where celebrities, billionaires and the rest of us prize a little privacy at home, the price of going unlisted is going up, big-time. Though cellphone companies charge nothing for unlisted phone numbers, consumers with traditional telephones connected by wires are often paying nearly $25 a year to stay out of the phone book and directory assistance. That adds up when you consider all the other add-on charges on phone bills. For the full story visit http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-unlisted28mar28,1,4019617.story

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