Two more operators found to be breaching net neutrality laws

25 Feb 2015

Slovenian telcos Amis and Tusmobil have been ordered to cease the practice of ‘zero rating’, which offers users free access to certain websites or services as part of their tariff. Last month the Agency for Communications Networks & Services (Agencija za komunikacijska omrezja in storitve, AKOS) ruled that cellular operators Telekom Slovenije and Si.mobil had also been violating the country’s net neutrality laws. Amis has been offering subscribers free access to its own website, webmail portal and its Amis MobiaTV services, while Tusmobil is offering free content from its Tuskabin portal.

Slovenia, Amis (A1 Slovenia), Telemach Mobil (formerly Tusmobil)