Belgian telecom companies to offer customers cheaper rate required




Belgian telecom companies to offer customers cheaper rate required

The Belgian telecom providers engage their customers in a personal advice to point out that they can move if this is the case. At a cheaper abo These are the providers agreed with the government. It involves a total of 800,000 customers.

Belgian telecom providers will next year contact from September with 800,000 customers to identify if there is a cheaper subscription to their user profile. Them on a switch option It allows the customers are free to reject the offer. This is stipulated in an agreement concluded between the operators and the Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economic Affairs Johan Vande Lanotte, so writes De Morgen.

There is also started to use mobile prices. Conscious customers a campaign The campaign’s slogan ‘Switch and Save’. The Minister states that consumers can save on costs of mobile telephony by switching to a new subscription. 10 to 40 euros per month This campaign follows an earlier called ‘Dare to Compare’, when in twelve days time 360,000 mobile subscriptions were compared. That was a significant increase compared to 2011 and 2012.

As of February 1, 2014 will change more for other customers. So telcos will from that date their customers free alert when they exceed their bundle and is now the actual data usage stated on the invoice. In June 2014, for the telecom providers are required to by subscription an information to have available, making it easier to compare.’s Abo

The minister pointed out that finally the Belgian rates are on the decline. Since international prices study of the Belgian telecoms watchdog Agustus 2012 some rates dropped by 50 percent and the Belgians are now already in many cases cheaper than the Dutch and French. Moreover, the number of number transfers increased by 84 percent, as the minister says.


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