The Luxembourg Competition Authority adopts the first conservatory measures against the telecommunications incumbent regarding alleged abusive bundling of fixed-line telephone, mobile telephone and high-speed Internet access (Entreprise des Postes et Télécommunications)

On 22 January 2008, the President of the Competition Council (Council) handed down an 83-pages decision, for the first time after the law of 17 May 2004 on competition (Law on competition) came into force, imposing a limited number of conservatory measures on the public entity Entreprise des Postes et Télécommunications (EPT). In April 2006, the companies Tele2 Luxembourg SA , Tango SA and Tele Services Luxembourg SA (Tango) submitted a complaint to the Competition Inspectorate (“Inspectorate”) against EPT for abuse of its dominant position. The complaint concerned the marketing of a product called "Integral", bundling the services of fixed-line telephone, mobile telephone and high-speed internet access. In August 2007, the Inspectorate requested the President of the Council to take

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  • Moyse Bleser (Luxembourg)

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Gabriel Bleser, The Luxembourg Competition Authority adopts the first conservatory measures against the telecommunications incumbent regarding alleged abusive bundling of fixed-line telephone, mobile telephone and high-speed Internet access (Entreprise des Postes et Télécommunications), 22 January 2008, e-Competitions January 2008, Art. N° 15712

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