Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Telenor slapped with $96m fine for abuse of power

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Thursday 21 June 18

Norway's telecoms regulator found that Telenor had obstructed efforts to launch a third mobile network operator in the Scandinavian nation

Norwegian telco, Telenor, has been fined $96 million by Norway's national regulator for abusing its dominant market position, according to a report from Reuters. Norway's Competition Authority said that Telenor had been resistant to plans to introduce a third mobile network operator to challenge Norway's current duopoly of Telenor and Telia…

Norwegian telco, Telenor, has been fined $96 million by Norway's national regulator for abusing its dominant market position, according to a report from Reuters. Norway's Competition Authority said that Telenor had been resistant to plans to introduce a third mobile network operator to challenge Norway's current duopoly of Telenor and Telia…

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