The UKE President informs about the consumer rights and obligations towards the provider of telecommunications services.
What is a contract? We face the indicated notion every day. We make arrangements with someone to meet, deliver goods, and perform a service - to provide our house with gas, electricity, cable TV services, Internet access services, telephone services. We have agreements with banks as regards bank accounts or loans. We sign/conclude a number of different contracts. We often do not reflect on the consequences (rights and obligations) imposed on us directly by the concluded contract and, mind you, by definition: an agreement, a contract (lat. contractus) denotes a consistent agreement between two or more parties determining their mutual rights and responsibilities.
One of the most popular contracts we conclude in everyday life is the contract for the provision of telecommunications services. The vast majority of us uses a mobile phone or the Internet after all.
This guidance refers to knowledge required with regard to the agreement concerning the provision of telecommunications services (the contract for the provision of the Internet services, cable TV, fixed or mobile phone) or regarding the consumer rights with respect to the provider of telecommunications services and at the same time the consumer’s duties with reference to the provider.
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