I don't think that any operator could justify retaining incoming call information unless it was specifically allowed under Data Protection regulations. Retention of information for outgoing calls is only allowed for billing purposes.
They mean Caller Display, where the caller's number is displayed on your phone, which you have to subscribe too, & Virgin charge for. Even then the caller can block their number from showing.
Cable customer since 1993. Services: XL TV, Sky Sports & Movies (2xV+), XL Telco, 100Mb BB, Virgin PAYG Mobile
VirginMedia have referred me to BT as they provide the telegraph poles etc but they say this information can only come from the caller's end (or alleged caller).
LOL I've seen it all now. As a former 100 operator for Cable and Wireless we used to refer people who had received nuisance calls back to their individual service providers. However my understanding was calls that had already gone through the system could not be traced.
I believe BT had a system whereby their subscribers who had logged an incident with the Nuisance calls team could report individual calls as they happened, but outside of this system no log was kept by them either.
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