Romanian National Authority for Regulation in Communications is investigating zero-rating offers

The National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM) is investigating offers such as Vodafone Pass which include a preferential treatment for some apps. Traffic on Facebook Messenger, Instagram, Whatsapp, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, Viber is unlimited, while on other apps it is being charged.
Romanian digital rights NGO, ApTI filed a complaint to ANCOM which responded that it extended its investigation to other possible zero rating offers.

Country: Romania

Domains: IG

Tags: apps, Internet traffic, Vodafone, zero rating, communications, Romania, net neutrality

Posted on Wednesday 9 August 2017

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