The Swedish Market Court rejects a complaint on alleged abuse of dominant position on the fixed telephony market by practicing mixed bundling (B2 Bredband / TeliaSonera)

On 1st November 2005, the Swedish Market Court rejected a claim by B2 Bredband Holding AB (Bredbandsbolaget) according to which TeliaSonera was in abuse of its dominant position on the Swedish market for fixed telephony. The contested practice consisted in providing a rebate on fixed telephony to customers who also subscribed to TeliaSonera broadband. The signing of a broadband contract with TeliaSonera implied a free subscription to “Telia Fritid”, a flat rate programme entailing free calls to fixed phones in Sweden in

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  • Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (Copenhagen)

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Gry Hoirup, The Swedish Market Court rejects a complaint on alleged abuse of dominant position on the fixed telephony market by practicing mixed bundling (B2 Bredband / TeliaSonera), 1 November 2005, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2005, Art. N° 327

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