Czech Parliament adopts amendment restricting user rights

Thursday 23 October 2014 | 17:25 CET | News
The Czech Parliament adopted an amendment of the act on electronic communications, which according to the regulator CTU, significantly weakens the protection of rights of customers of telecommunications operators and is not compliant with the EU directive 2002/22/EC on universal service. The regulator warned earlier of the non-compliance of the draft amendment, however without success. The main problem is that contrary to the current status, a customer will not have the possibility to cancel the contract in case of a change of contract conditions and will be obliged to keep the contract under

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