ChiliMobil Claims No Data Breach Over Monthly Subscription

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Chilimobil has offered a monthly subscription that consumers cannot resist, but the regulatory board cites the terms as a violation of net neutrality rules.

National Communications Authority (Nkom) considered that the conditions on the monthly subscription of ChiliMobil must have breached the principles of net neutrality. The telecom company’s monthly subscription of 1,000 GB for NOK 399 has been in demand and could not keep up with it.

According to the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) controlling policies, the service must be utilized with no stipulations on equipment. There have been reports that some customers protested of receiving bills from ChiliMobil but still has no SIM card.

Nkom called for a response from Chilimobil.  Føyen Torkildsen lawyer Knut Glad responded in a letter. The company argued that Free Data could be considered as a breach of the rules.  They point out that net neutrality rules must not offer consumers an arbitrary right to utilize their internet access in a manner and to the range they prefer.

Under the relevant rule, “Agreements between providers of internet access services and end-users on commercial and technical conditions and the characteristics of internet access services such as price, data volumes or speed, and any commercial practices conducted by providers of internet access services, shall not limit the exercise of the rights of end-users laid down in paragraph 1.”

The attorney of ChiliMobil emphasizes that Nkom depend on the guidelines of BEREC towards the communications officials which declare that a restriction on tethering is inclined to create a violation of net neutrality principles. The rules did not mention anything about tethering. With that being said, no accurate and definite prohibition should be imposed on regulating tethering.

Moreover, ChiliMobil specifies that they are just a small provider with a meager market share. Besides, the provisions could not be said to sidestep the objective of the regulation to cushion end users and support modernization on the web.

On the other hand, Chili Free Data is an agreement with the objective to assist and defend consumers. The free-charge mobile subscription can also help encourage internet revolution. That company also claimed that they compensate telia operator, Telia regarding all data usage of their customers.

ChiliMobil stated that it keeps an eye on internet utilization patterns for any inconsistencies that could perhaps signify a rule infringement regarding personal use but has no means to view the content that end-users are using. The telecom said that if the Norwegian regulatory board were to charge Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), it would

Chilimobil has offered a monthly subscription that consumers cannot resist but the regulatory board cites the terms as a violation of net neutrality rules.

National Communications Authority (Nkom) considered that the conditions on the monthly subscription of ChiliMobil must have breached the principles of net neutrality. The telecom company’s monthly subscription of 1,000 GB for NOK 399 has been in demand and could not keep up with it.

According to the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) controlling policies, the service must be utilized with no stipulations on equipment. There have been reports that some customers protested of receiving bills from ChiliMobil but still has no SIM card.

Nkom called for a response from Chilimobil.  Føyen Torkildsen lawyer Knut Glad responded in a letter. The company argued that Free Data cannot be considered as a breach of the rules.  They point out that net neutrality rules must not offer consumers an arbitrary right to utilize their internet access in a manner and to the range they prefer.

Under the relevant rule, “Agreements between providers of internet access services and end-users on commercial and technical conditions and the characteristics of internet access services such as price, data volumes or speed, and any commercial practices conducted by providers of internet access services, shall not limit the exercise of the rights of end-users laid down in paragraph 1.”

The attorney of ChiliMobil emphasizes that Nkom depends on the guidelines of BEREC towards the communications officials which declare that a restriction on tethering is inclined to create a violation of net neutrality principles. The rules did not mention anything about tethering. With that being said, no accurate and definite prohibition should be imposed on regulating tethering.

Moreover, ChiliMobil specifies that they are just a small provider with a meager market share. Besides, the provisions could not be said to sidestep the objective of the regulation to cushion end users and support modernization on the web.

On the other hand, Chili Free Data is an agreement with the objective to assist and defend consumers. The free-charge mobile subscription can also help encourage internet revolution. That company also claimed that they compensate telia operator, Telia regarding all data usage of their customers.

ChiliMobil stated that it keeps an eye on internet utilization patterns for any inconsistencies that could perhaps signify a rule infringement regarding personal use but has no means to view the content that end-users are using. The telecom said that if the Norwegian regulatory board were to charge Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), it will become present to operators with authoritarian market designations. If that is the case, two things are needed to be considered – either stop the operation or impose a price hike.

At the Decenternet, no price increase is needed. As a matter of fact, users are get paid for using the service through the Spyce mining activity. The platform provides more than unlimited access to multifarious websites. It promotes net neutrality and protects the rights of consumers to have an open internet.

become present to operators with authoritarian market designations. If that is the case, two things are needed to be considered – either stop the operation or impose a price hike.

At the Decenternet, no price increase is needed. As a matter of fact, users are get paid for using the service through the Spyce mining activity. The platform provides more than unlimited access to multifarious websites. It promotes net neutrality and protects the rights of consumers to have an open internet.


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