Loonstein files suits against KPN

Wednesday 20 February 2013 | 10:42 CET | News
Dutch law firm Loonstein told De Telegraaf that is was preparing a number of lawsuits around KPN fibre subscriptions. A large number of consumers have complained to the firm, saying they are paying for fibre but not getting the speeds. KPN told Telecompaper that it believes these people have no fibre subscription, although fibre is stated on their invoice. In fact, KPN said these people have VDSL connections and subscriptions, which are cheaper than FTTH subscriptions. Loonstein has filed 20 suits to the court in The Hague, with more likely to follow. The first session is scheduled to take

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Companies: KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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