Compulsory routers

André Ockers ao at
Thu Nov 26 08:40:55 UTC 2015

Op 26-11-15 om 09:29 schreef Matthias Kirschner:
> * Paul van der Vlis <paul at> [2015-11-25 22:32:21 +0100]:
>> Another point is the "routerdwang". In the Netherlands you get "for
>> free" a router with modem from your ISP. So people who would buy such a
>> device have to pay double. Because of that, not many people will buy
>> such a device, what makes it expensive.
> But you are allowed to use your own router instead, right? 
> Regards,
> Matthias
I am not a lawyer, but my ISP [1] de facto seems to forbid me [2].  So I
didn't buy a free, second, router, altough I would, if it were legal.

Best regards,

André Ockers
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