NMHH: Vodafone did not comply with statutory provisions in last year’s data reconciliation
Hundreds of thousands of Vodafone prepaid subscribers can expect new data reconciliation if last year they were not verified by the mobile operator against statutory provisions when the operator used its own registered data instead of the fresh data provided by subscribers as the baseline.
NMHH: Prepaid mobile phone users must reconcile their data with their service providers this year as well
The deadline for this year’s data reconciliation differs for every card holder, as it depends on when the subscription contract was signed. The data reconciliation must be performed until the anniversary of the contract date.
From this year on, data reconciliation for SIM cards will be continuous and straightforward
Approximately 3.5 million prepaid SIM cards could be involved in this year’s data reconciliation.
Reconciliation was performed for 68 percent of prepaid SIM cards
For those who missed the deadline, all three operators offer the option to recover their phone numbers and balances by concluding new contracts.
Prepaid SIM card owners only have three days left for reconciliation
Only one month left for the reconciliation of prepaid SIM card customer data
Due to suspicion of endangering free market competition, NMHH imposes a temporary ban on the marketing of Magyar Telekom’s Flip Otthon package.
Data reconciliation for pre-paid, SIM-card based subscription contracts
The Act also requires data reconciliation upon the conclusion of a new subscriber agreement, which must be annually repeated for existing agreements. Furthermore, service providers must review existing agreements and identify their existing subscribers by 30 June 2017 or their agreements will be terminated.
Prepaid card subscriptions: the data reconciliation process intensifies
Changes in the law require mobile service providers to carry out the identification of their prepaid card subscribers (clients with a prepaid voice SIM card) by 30 June. Millions of card users are affected and need to contact their mobile service providers according to the instructions of their provider regarding the method and form.