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Court rules that Deutsche Telekom can’t throttle internet speeds on flat-rate plans

30
Oct
2013

Suddenly, we fancy moving to Germany. A Cologne court has ruled that Deutsche Telekom cant implement a plan to throttle speeds to 2Mbps on wired, flat-rate internet service once customers exceed monthly data caps. The policy would pose an unreasonable disadvantage to subscribers that rely on stable prices and connection speeds, according to the decision.

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