The Czech telecommunications authority on Wednesday fined the Luxembourg-based operator of satellite TV channels Skylink and CS Link 15 million crowns for misleading advertising. The authority said that the firm last year imposed a charge on services it originally billed as free, and failed to inform its clients about the change. The firm said it would appeal the penalty.
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