Dutch operators partner to fight smartphone fraud

Thursday 30 May 2019 | 10:43 CET | News
The Dutch operators have launched a joint initiative to raise awareness and help prevent smartphone fraud. The scam has seen customers tricked into buying a smartphone plan and then having to give up the phone while still paying the service charges.

Thank you for visiting Telecompaper

Sign up below to get access to the rest of this article and all the telecom news you need.

  • Register free and gain access to even more articles from Telecompaper. Register here
  • Subscribe and get unlimited access to Telecompaper’s full coverage, with a customised choice of news, commentary, research and alerts.


Already registered?

Free Headlines in your E-mail

Every day we send out a free e-mail with the most important headlines of the last 24 hours.

Subscribe now

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Hollandsnieuwe / KPN / Tele2 Netherlands / Telfort / T-Mobile Netherlands / Vodafone Netherlands / Yes Telecom
Countries: Netherlands
::: add a comment

Add comment

Please login or register to leave a comment.

We welcome comments that add value to the discussion. We attempt to block comments that use offensive language or appear to be spam, and our editors frequently review the comments to ensure they are appropriate. If you see a comment that you believe is inappropriate to the discussion, you can bring it to our attention by using the report abuse links. As the comments are written and submitted by visitors of the Telecompaper website, they in no way represent the opinion of Telecompaper.


Nederlandse telecomaanbieders binden gezamenlijk strijd aan tegen smartphonefraude

Published 29 May 2019 15:10 CET | Netherlands
Nederlandse telecomproviders slaan de handen ineen in hun strijd tegen smartphonefraude. In een gezamenlijk initiatief lanceren ...

Dutch govt launches new public awareness campaign on phishing

Published 27 May 2019 11:28 CET | Netherlands
The Dutch government launched a new public awareness campaign on cybercrime. The campaign 'Check first, then click' ('Eerst ...