(Bloomberg) -- Cloud computing service providers were criticized by a U.K. regulator for using contracts that allow them to hike prices and terminate services without notice.

Three providers of cloud services, Dixons Carphone Plc, JustCloud and Livedrive, agreed to improve their terms, the Competition and Markets Authority said Friday in a statement. Several other companies will have to make similar changes, the watchdog said, without identifying them.

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