dUTS ends Chippie service from 31 March

Tuesday 22 March 2011 | 09:09 CET | News
Dutch United Telecommunication Services (dUTS), a unit of United Telecommunication Services (UTS) will stop its Chippie subscription services from 31 March. On its website for Chippie subscriptions, dUTS said that all connections will be terminated after a specified date and will then be no longer active. The VO player has selected two parties as an alternative for customers: KPN unit Simyo and Youfone, which earlier announced that it had taken over the customers of Amatus Mobile.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Chippie / KPN / Simyo / Youfone
Countries: Netherlands
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