(ANSA) – Rome, July 12 – Italian telecommunications companies
must begin issuing reimbursements to customers to pay back days
that were mistakenly charged after a switch to a 28-day billing
period in June 2017, following confirmation on Friday by Italy’s
top administrative court, the Council of State, of a decision by
the regional administrative court (TAR) of Lazio.
The original reimbursement deadline was December 31, 2018,
but it was suspended after the Council of State upheld a request
for suspension from telecommunications companies and while
judges awaited a filing of motivations by the Lazio TAR.
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