0
Wireless

Free Mobile attacks SFR in court over smartphone blacklist operation

Tuesday 3 December 2019 | 08:32 CET | News
French operator Free Mobile took rival SFR to court in a case linked to a blacklist operation that targeted 300,000 smartphones, reports Les Echos. In 2018, the Iliad subsidiary enforced the GSMA-backed procedure on handsets that had not been returned at the end of the rental period.

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.

Subscriptions

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: Free Mobile / SFR
Countries: France
::: add a comment

Add 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.


Related

Free Mobile takes Bouygues Telecom to court for damages over handset subsidies - report

Published 02 Apr 2020 10:21 CET | France
Free Mobile's parent Iliad has started a new legal battle over the subsidised handset business model, according to information ...

Free Mobile's smartphone blacklist operation hits 300,000 non-returned rentals

Published 26 Nov 2018 12:29 CET | France
French operator Free Mobile has moved to block 300,000 smartphones in the market since the beginning of November, on the grounds ...