Most Czech ISPs fail to comply with new rules on advertised service speeds

Thursday 11 February 2021 | 14:57 CET | News
Czech national telecommunications regulator CTU has checked every ISP for compliance with new obligations laid down by the General Authorisation that took effect on 01 January. ISPs must set out the specific parameters of their internet access service precisely. According to preliminary results of the inspection done on 03 February, most ISPs have failed to comply.

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