CeBIT: 72,000 signatures handed over to T-Online
Today, Sunday, those in support of Flatrate-Protest.de at CeBIT handed over the signatures, collected via the website, to T-Online against the setting of the T-Online flat rate for analog and ISDN connections. This involved 72,000 signatures: 'A considerable number of signatures,' according to the opinion of Telekom spokesman Stephan Broszio.
Flatrate-Protest.de is calling for the tariff to be reintroduced, to which Mr. Broszio of course no commitments wanted to do. Instead, the group was invited to a meeting at the T-Online headquarters in Darmstadt, where T-Online technicians will also be there who 'will certainly be happy to accept constructive suggestions'. The expansion status of T-DSL was also criticized. The proposal to initially provide customers with a narrower DSL variant until there is an exchange in the immediate vicinity of the place of residence was rejected immediately due to the 'cost stake'.