The Danish Competition Authority finds a mobile telephone company in violation of the Danish Competition law for operating a margin squeeze and an illegal bonus system (Song Networks / TDC-SONOFON)

A Danish provider of fixed line telephony for business customers, Song Networks A/S, complained to the Danish Competition Authority alleging that TDC and SONOFON had engaged in illegal behaviour by: charging excessive prices for mobile termination, engaging in collusive behaviour in connection with mobile termination charges, cross-subsidising / operating a margin squeeze between wholesale and retail divisions and (with regards TDC solely) implementing illegal bonus systems in TDC's provision agreements for mobile services. Before assessing whether the above practices could be proven to be abuses of a dominant position, the Danish

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David Henry, The Danish Competition Authority finds a mobile telephone company in violation of the Danish Competition law for operating a margin squeeze and an illegal bonus system (Song Networks / TDC-SONOFON), 28 April 2004, e-Competitions April 2004, Art. N° 162

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