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Broadband

Dutch ISPs oppose proposal for free modem choice

Monday 19 February 2018 | 10:13 CET | News
Dutch ISPs have mounted a joint defence against efforts by the government to give internet subscribers a free choice of modem. While a regulation was passed at the end of 2016 implementing the right to a free choice of end-user device, little has been done since then to implement the decision. 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: CAIW / Delta / KPN / Tele2 Netherlands / T-Mobile Netherlands / VodafoneZiggo
Countries: Netherlands
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