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Dutch operators oppose government plans on switching providers

Friday 1 February 2019 | 15:13 CET | News
The Dutch government has closed its consultation about changes in the business market. The government wants to amend the Telecommunications Act and give business end users more rights and protect them from against "slamming," also called line hijacking. Another aspect covers excavation rights and (fibre) networks. The government wants to manage geographical coverage per municipality. Providers have mainly dismissed the idea.

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Categories: General
Companies: CAIW / Eurofiber / KPN / T-Mobile / VodafoneZiggo
Countries: Netherlands
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