CELEX:62018CJ0807: Judgment of the Court (Grand Chamber) of 15 September 2020.#Telenor Magyarország Zrt. v Nemzeti Média- és Hírközlési Hatóság Elnöke.#Reference for a preliminary ruling – Electronic communications – Regulation (EU) 2015/2120 – Article 3 – Open internet access – Article 3(1) – Rights of end users – Right to access applications and services and to use them – Right to provide applications and services – Article 3(2) – Prohibition of agreements and commercial practices limiting the exercise of end users’ rights – Concepts of ‘agreements’, ‘commercial practices’, ‘end users’ and ‘consumers’ – Assessment of whether the exercise of end users’ rights is limited – Detailed rules – Article 3(3) – Obligation of equal and non-discriminatory treatment of traffic – Possibility of implementing reasonable traffic-management measures – Prohibition of measures blocking and slowing down traffic – Exceptions – Commercial practices consisting in offering packages which provide (i) that customers subscribing to them purchase a tariff entitling them to use a given data volume without restriction, without any deduction being made from that volume for using certain specific applications and services covered by ‘a zero tariff’ and (ii) that once the data volume has been used up, those customers may continue to use those specific applications and services without restriction, while measures blocking or slowing down traffic are applied to the other applications and services.#Case C-807/18.

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