German telco Deutsche Telekom wants to adjust its controversial zero-rating tariff option StreamOn to meet the requirements of the Federal Network Agency.
German telco Deutsche Telekom is no longer allowed to continue operating its controversial zero-rating tariff option StreamOn in its current form.
The Administrative Court of Cologne has confirmed the decision by the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) that some aspects of Deutsche Telekom’s zero-rating service StreamOn violate roaming and net neutrality laws and are therefore inadmissible.
German Federal Network Agency BNetzA has prohibited certain conditions of Vodafone Deutschland’s zero-rating mobile tariff option Vodafone Pass.
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Germany’s Federal Network Agency has no objections against Deutsche Telekom’s new mobile phone tariff offering unlimited data volume despite a clause fixing the data allowance in other EU countries at 23 GB per month.
Germany’s Federal Network Agency has prohibited parts of the zero-rating option StreamOn in Deutsche Telekom’s mobile phone tariffs.
More than 600,000 mobile network customers of German telco Deutsche Telekom have opted for zero rating service StreamOn since its launch in April 2017.
Germany’s Federal Network Agency has decided that Deutsche Telekom’s controversial zero-rating tariff option StreamOn violates net neutrality rules in some points.
The German Federal Network Agency will examine the zero-rating service Vodafone Pass announced by Vodafone Deutschland today which enables mobile network customers to use selected apps without reducing the high-speed data volumes of their tariffs.