About 2.5 million people used free KPN hotspots in half




In the first half of 2013 of them logged 2.5 million people in the free wifi hotspots of KPN. This is evident from the penalty decision of the Authority and Consumer Market, which is not good censored. As a result, the number was erroneously read.

KPN Between January 1, 2013 and July 4 of that year, the free hotspots had 2.5 million unique users, who used at least once in the hotspots. In total, as many as six million login on the KPN hotspots. It concerns only to the free version; the paid version is not counted. Schiphol was the most popular place for hotspots: 2.2 million customers of them logged at least once in there.

KPN visitors figures are hotspots themselves are not public, but they are mentioned in the decision of the Authority and Consumer Market, which she has since removed from its website. The figures are indeed covered by a black bar, but who copy the text and paste, can see the numbers. KPN was fined because it include VPN and VoIP services on its public WiFi hotspots blocked. These include KPN’s own hotspots, not the Fon hotspots via modems from customers.

Other facts are censored to trace. As VoIP provider appears RingCredible have filed the original complaint with the ACM. “This followed a OPTA
received complaints from VoIP provider RBN BV, a provider of
service RingCredible “reads the text.

Penalty Decision KPN

The penalty decision by Vodafone, which was fined 200,000 euros for offering HBO GO without it counting for the data limit of customers, giving away information unintentionally. It is clear from the decision that the modest number of 3200 customers had the option enabled to use HBO GO without it went off the data bundle. The fines were imposed on KPN and Vodafone are the first fines imposed for violating net neutrality.


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