Telmex fined MXN 2 mln for misleading ad

Friday 30 August 2013 | 11:59 CET | News
Mexican consumer protection agency Profeco has fined fixed-line operator Telmex MXN 2 mln million for a misleading advertising campaign promoting its 'Infinitum Movil' broadband service, CNN Expansion reports. The ad claimed that Telmex offered broadband connection with speeds of 3 Mbps for a monthly fee of MXN 149 (VAT included). However, Profeco found that this price was available only if the user also subscribed to other services.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Telmex
Countries: Mexico
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