That’s not the way I read this. I read it to say you can’t make the call if you use and automatic dialer AND you are calling to a cell phone where they have to pay for the call. If you want to read iii separately, it would seem to outlaw any call to a cell phone so cell phones woudl only be useful for outgoing calls.
Yeah, sorry about that. I condensed the cite and took out the indenting. If you follow the link, you can see that iii is under A, along with i and ii, and it only makes sense if it’s an additional clause.
A major part of the question is how you get the phone number you are calling. If you are punching in digits manually,chosen at random or looked up in the phone book, you may be OK. But if you use a computer-generated list of numbers, a random number generator, or even a web-based number lookup, you may fall under the definition of an “automatic telephone dialing system”: