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BT to appeal permission from CAT to let overcharging case go to trial

Wednesday 20 October 2021 | 10:55 CET | News
BT said it will be seeking permission from the Court of Appeal to appeal the preliminary ruling which is allowing a class action claim to go forward, accusing BT of anti-competitive behaviour towards its landline customers.

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Companies: BT / Ofcom
Countries: United Kingdom
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