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Consumers ‘demands ACM to investigate T-Mobiles’ provider Updates
The Dutch Consumer Association has asked the Authority for Consumers and Markets or T-Mobile legislation violates by unsolicited own provider updates’ push for devices where users SIM cards provider to stop.
According to the Consumers ask T-Mobile only authorize the apps flour evert with the provider updates, but not for some of the ringtones, the new home page in the browser and bookmarks provider adds. Thus the Consumers think that the service provider violates the information requirements of the Telecommunications Act.
In addition to the visible elements add T-Mobile also invisible elements. The invisible elements include settings for NL-Alert and future calls over 4G. This first set is already well on virtually all devices without operator updated. In a video shows the Consumers see how T-Mobile smartphone provides an unsolicited update.
T-Mobile pushes the provider updates the LG G4 smartphone and works with manufacturers that do more sets, wrote Tweakers earlier this spring. Currently contains the provider update, known in the telecommunications industry as Future of Customization or FoC, a startup screen, but appear when users experiencing annoying and the provider will remove it.
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