CTU denies accusation of O2 CR on data pack rules

Monday 4 July 2016 | 10:31 CET | News
Czech telecommunications authority CTU rejected the allegations of O2 Czech Republic which said it now no longer provides mobile internet to customers who use their given data traffic in their data package instead of lowering their transfer speed without blocking their internet access due to CTU rules. The operator said the "change comes directly from the obligations imposed by CTU." In its defence, CTU said it never asked for a complete blockage of data services after the usage of the MB in the data package. CTU said O2 appealed against its decision concerning the automatic activation of

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Companies: O2 Czech Republic
Countries: Czech Republic
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