The Guarantor wary of Wind-Three from provide music and chat free to the customers that end of the jig available
The Nra has targeted Wind-Three suspecting the operator and a warning to the immediate termination of music and chat for free to customers who do not have more giga available on the phone plan.
The repercussions will fall on app Music by 3, and the chat Veon that allowed customers to listen to music in streaming, and chat-style Whatsapp without consuming traffic, the internet, and then were also available when the jig available on the card ended.
For the guarantor, this behavior is discriminatory in respect of other services music and chat. Basically, if a user ends the giga at your disposal and still want to listen to music or chat, it is obliged to do so through the app of the operator because Whastapp, Spotify and the like will no longer work.
Unfortunately, this is a type of marketing is not legitimate, and to motivate its notice, the Guarantor has called the cause to the european rules. The operator is violating one of the pillars of the navigation of the internet called net Neutrality, which does not permit discrimination such as the one just explained.
Wind and Tre will have until April 15 to explain to the supervisor what measures they have adopted to adapt its offer to the european provisions. Tim, however, is appropriate voluntarily before any kind of countermeasure, and prevents its customers to access the catalogue of Tim's Vision when they don't have the jig available.