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Competition Commission investigates Mauritius Telecom

Tuesday 22 February 2011 | 10:34 CET | News
The Competition Commission of Mauritius (CCM) has opened an investigation into Mauritius Telecom's MyT triple-play product due to concerns that the operator could be using its effective monopoly of the ADSL market to gain an advantage in the sale of TV services and international calls. It will look into whether Mauritius Telecom refuses to supply the higher-speed ADSL products except as part of a package, or prices the MyT bundle against the "ADSL-only" service in a way that influences customers to choose MyT. If the CCM finds that Mauritius Telecom's actions have restricted competition, it

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Mauritius Telecom
Countries: Mauritius
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