A few days ago, a story about how Tele2 tried to forcibly transfer a subscriber to
On January 6, Inna Bartosh published in herFacebook account post, passed by Content-Review.com. In it, the girl said that the operator, without warning, decided to transfer her from the archive tariff for 250 rubles / month to a more expensive one - for 400 rubles / month. At the same time, it was impossible to refuse the transition, nor to switch to something cheaper - according to representatives of Tele2, they have no cheaper tariff. Considering that, according to the girl herself, her whole family (consisting of 8 people) uses the services of an operator, the transition of each to a tariff costing 400 rubles / month would turn out to be an invoice.
It's worth noting that the story is overpositively - public outcry still allowed Bartosz to stay at the same tariff. But the situation turned out to be such that it allowed some experts to draw conclusions.
For example, Sergey Polovnikov, a telecom analyst at Content-Review agency, explained this behavior of the operator with a desire to increase revenue.