Orange Guinea stresses positive side of court decision

Sunday 27 May 2012 | 10:52 CET | News
Orange Guinea's director of marketing and communications, Abdoul Karim Bangoura, has reacted to a court decision finding the operator guilty of breaking competition rules by selling services more cheaply to its end-users than to third-party operators by emphasising another, more positive ruling. Orange welcomed the fact that the court found it not guilty of breaking the law by crossing the country's borders to connect to the internet via the SAT 3 fibre network. Marketing and communication director Abdoul Karim Bangoura said the judiciary reaffirmed that Orange's licence includes the right to

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange Guinea
Countries: Guinea
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