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Angry customers accuse Telenet price discrimination
A group of 3,000 angry customers, ISP Telenet Telenet defaults. According to the organizer Telenet is a “discriminatory manner” to subscribers, because only active complaining customers can negotiate a discount on the subscription fee.
Telenet angry customers logo The action group behind the website Iklaatmenietpluimen.be, founded after Telenet announced a controversial price increase, believes that Telenet customers who actively complain example via social media or contact the helpdesk can get discounts. However, the rebate would vary: sometimes customers would get a year 5 euro discount, and in other cases 8,50 euro discount per month. Some have also waived the rental of the Digicorder for a year. Customers who do not actively protest but get no discount, says the action group.
The activists will Telenet by this attitude in a discriminatory manner with customers. The purpose of the cable company would have to stop the protests. The organizers say that now 3000 Telenet customers have placed in default of anger over the attitude of the ISP. In the notice, Telenet is asked to treat his customers alike and to inform them better.
Kurt Buysse, one of the organizers of the protest, argues that various authorities have been contacted by angry customers, including the Ministry of Economic Affairs, regulator BIPT and some ministers. Telenet has not yet responded to the notice. Until now, the cable operator has refused to reverse the price increase.Viewing:-132
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