Mauritian operator Emtel wins case against Mauritius Telecom

Friday 11 August 2017 | 12:39 CET | News
The Supreme Court of Mauritius has ruled that mobile operator Emtel is to receive MUR 554 million (USD 16 million) in damages in a case involving unfair competition, reports Agence Ecofin. Emtel was seeking MUR 1.1 billion in damages and claimed that Mauritius Telecom abused its dominant position back in 1996, when it was accused of operating under the Cellplus brand without a valid mobile licence.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Emtel / Mauritius Telecom
Countries: Mauritius
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