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Quantum sues Telekom Slovenije

Thursday 17 July 2014 | 11:57 CET | News
Telekom Slovenije received a lawsuit from the Ljubljana District Court brought by the company Quantum, requesting damages of EUR 450,000 for abuse of an alleged dominant position, reports Finance.si. According to Quantum's claim, Telekom Slovenije, between 1994 and 1998, should not have allowed the billing of calls to the internet node with user access at a local rate for 9xxx numbers. Telekom Slovenije said this was an unfounded complaint.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Telekom Slovenije
Countries: Slovenia
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