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Austrian govt asks regulator to investigate complaints of slow roaming data

Tuesday 19 September 2017 | 11:10 CET | News
Austrian consumers have complained on public fora and discussions on the portal of Der Standard about significantly reduced data transfer speeds when roaming abroad, especially in Italy, the Czech Republic and Portugal. Earlier, there was a parliamentary inquiry about the same issue addressed to the Minister of Infrastructure, Jorg Leichtfried.

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Companies: RTR
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