Users continue to complain about slow loading web pages with Vodafone, although the provider claims that the problem is solved. Meanwhile, there are question marks over whether Vodafone breaks the law to run. Traffic of customers through a proxy
Some users report that the situation has been improved since Tuesday but they still controlled slow-loading pages, and pages to see even get minutes behind the current site, it appears from the topic on GoT.
Vodafone spokesman Richard Blade claims that the problems that played until Tuesday resolved. “We encourage people to clear the cache for we see as far as I know on our side no more problems.” The proxy is still active, all users see the ‘1 .1.1.1 ‘address is no longer in the picture.
Meanwhile enables ICT lawyer Arnoud Engelfriet questioned the method of Vodafone to run. unsolicited traffic of customers through a proxy Engelfriet suspect Vodafone thus an article from the Telecommunications Act violates. “Well, just maybe if you say” our network is so tight that we really need to reduce in size all images else just does internet not. “That would make it legal, but it seems a marketing me that no useful position to take. “
That problem is not with Vodafone; the capacity of the network, should now be sufficient. Vodafone has not yet responded to the claim of Engelfriet and whether the internal investigation done on the legal basis for the proxy. Customers may experience problems for some time by the proxy. Tuesday night claimed Vodafone that it would be solved.
Update 12:50: Vodafone have announced that there are indeed back problems have occurred. “Our network of people sitting on top,” said Blade.