VKI wins court ruling against T-Mobile Austria

Friday 22 November 2013 | 14:37 CET | News
Austrian consumer protection group VKI has won a court ruling against T-Mobile. The operator made a contract offer to a customer without making it clear that there was a limit on 'free minutes' and what calls above this allowance would cost. With support from the VKI, the consumer wanted T-Mobile to pay back the excess charges, accusing them of irresponsible advertising by hiding the costs in the small print.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: T-Mobile
Countries: Austria
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