Belgian consumer group files complaint against Proximus over uncontracted costs for streaming apps

Thursday 22 April 2021 | 16:07 CET | News
Belgian consumer organisation Test Achats/Test Aankoop has filed a complaint against Proximus with the Federal Public Service Economy and regulator BIPT for charging subscription costs for streaming apps customers claim they didn't sign up for. The consumer organisation said it has received about 100 complaints in the past year about the streaming apps Livefootball.tv and Demon Games, mainly from Proximus customers.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BIPT / Proximus / Test-Aankoop
Countries: Belgium
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