Court admits Vodafone’s request and suspends the retroactive measures imposed by ANCOM

Newsroom 21/10/2016 | 16:18

The Bucharest Court of Appeal has admitted Vodafone Romania’s request and decided to suspend the retroactive measures imposed by telecom watchdog ANCOM against the telecom player for not applying the maximum threshold for mobile roaming internet.

Until a definitive sentence is pronounced regarding the cancellation of ANCOM’s decision, the Bucharest Court of Appeal has decided to suspend the retroactive measures imposed by ANCOM, the obligation to reimburse, upon request, any paid amount exceeding EUR 60  (VAT included) for data roaming services on alternative plans, the obligation to publish on Vodafone Romania’s website the procedure for the customers to follow in order to receive the refund, the obligation to inform personally each customer on the option to receive a refund for the above-mentioned amounts.

Vodafone Romania will respect the obligation to notify the consumers for the data roaming consumption on alternative price plans, obligation that has been so far maintained by the court.

The company is a subsidiary of Vodafone Group, one of the telecommunications companies which provide a range of services including voice, messaging, data and fixed communications.

Georgiana Bendre

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