German court rules over compensation for cancelled contracts

Monday 5 January 2015 | 13:00 CET | News
Mobile network providers are only entitled to a part of the pending basic fee payments after cancelling a customer's contract for failing to pay their bills, according to a ruling by Berlin's magistrates' court in Tempelhof-Kreuzberg. The judgment, cited on the website of the law firm Dr Bahr, specifies that the provider is entitled to a maximum of 50 percent of the fees, as they must take into account expenditure saved.

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Companies: Vodafone Germany
Countries: Germany
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