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Deputy Husak (TOP 09) wrote the law that has cheaper calls in the Czech mobile networks


BRNO (MEDIAFAX) - People should not henceforth pay the penalties for early termination of the contract with the telephone operators. While mobile operators will not be allowed to extend contracts to customers automatically, without their knowledge. It is assumed that the new law, written by deputy John Husak (TOP 09), discovered on Tuesday, unless otherwise indicated.

Chairman of the Parliamentary Subcommittee on electronic communications and ICT industry Husak in this context Mediafax agency said that if the Commons will support the amendment to the Act, cheaper phone calls in the Czech Republic and people also get complete information about your services.

"I want to deal with unfair practices existing mobile operators, which apply to both customers and other entrepreneurs in the field of electronic communications.Impede competition in the telecommunications market, and thus a better quality of services and in lower prices for customers, "said Husak, who is vice-chairman of the parliamentary economic committee.

New Husákův Law addresses the three most common offenses operators to customers: Incomplete information about services, automatic renewal of contracts without the knowledge of the customer and contractual penalties to customers who wish to terminate fixed-term contract prematurely. "I suggest to disable the automatic renewal of contracts where the operator of this extension does not inform the customer at all and penalties for early termination of fixed-term contracts," explained deputy.

Husak's amendment also intends to prevent mobile operators to enter into or amend a contract for mobile services if the customer clearly do not provide all the information."We are becoming a customer closes or changes the contract, without giving him company disclose all information. As a result, for example, has to pay for the services that you want to order," he said. All such information should by now it should be a mandatory part of the contract.

According to Husak operators abusing its dominant position and to the other businesses in the telecommunications industry. The Czech Republic is the only country which they are not fully-fledged virtual operators. According to the deputy that the issue of electronic communications in the Parliament systematically addressed is the reason for today's mobile operators' reluctance to admit new firms in their networks.

"Mobile operators often virtual meetings with those artificially extend for months or even years to put unreasonable conditions that exist in other countries and the resulting agreement with the virtual operatorFinally unreasonably refuse, "said the current practice South Moravian Member.

If Parliament passes the amendment, the operators can not unreasonably prolong negotiations and will have to report the reasons that led to the rejection of the agreement. Dismissed it easier for entrepreneurs to lead eventual disputes. "My proposal is the maximum possible. European legislation does not allow the state and therefore the Czech Telecommunication Office, ordered mobile operators to run in a virtual operators in their networks," summed Husak.

George Novacek, novacek@mediafax.cz

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