Antitrust NewsWatch: French mobile phone operators fined record $628 million | E-Commerce News

Friday, December 02, 2005

French mobile phone operators fined record $628 million | E-Commerce News

French antitrust authorities slapped record fines on the country's three cell-phone operators on December 1 after a four-year investigation found that Orange, SFR and Bouygues illegally shared sales data and conspired to undermine competition. The three networks were ordered to pay a combined 534 million euros (US$628 million), the largest fine ever imposed by France's Competition Council.
E-Commerce News: Global : French Cell-Phone Operators Fined $628 Million