T-2 claims damages from Telekom Slovenije

Thursday 25 January 2007 | 16:02 CET | News
Slovenian telecom company T-2 has claimed EUR 129.6 million in damages from Telekom Slovenije, arguing the incumbent operator abused its dominant position on the market. Telekom Slovenije claims there are no legal grounds for the action and it intends to challenge the move. Maribor-based T-2, which started operating two and a half years ago, provides broadband internet access services, digital TV and fixed telephony to an estimated 27,000 users. The dispute in question regards access to telephone ducts and the inability to access VDSL technology, reports Croatian news agency Hina.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: T-2 / Telekom Slovenije
Countries: Slovenia
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