V&M sues for access to Telfort network

Monday 5 March 2007 | 11:17 CET | News
Dutch MVNO Venus & Mercury (V&M) has started a lawsuit to gain access to the Telfort network. According to managing director Mohamed Kazem, Telfort has refused Venus & Mercury network interoperability without giving any reason. The companies reached an agreement in July 2005, but following the announcement that KPN would acquired Telfort, the deal was abandoned. V&M asked market regulator OPTA to intervene on the issue, but OPTA said it had no powers in the matter. V&M filed a lawsuit in July 2006, making use of the new telecoms law, which according to Kazem requires network operators to

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telfort
Countries: Netherlands
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