The EFTA Surveillance Authority fines a telecom EUR 111 million for abuse of dominance in the Norwegian market for residential mobile broadband services on tablets and laptops (Telenor)

ESA fines Telenor EUR 112 million for anticompetitive practices* Following an in-depth investigation, the EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) concludes that Telenor abused its market dominance by a pricing strategy that resulted in rivals making a loss when selling residential mobile broadband services on tablets and laptops. During a critical growth phase in mobile data in Norway, Telenor’s wholesale prices for access to its network were higher than the retail prices it charged its own residential users for accessing mobile broadband services on

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EFTA Surveillance Authority, The EFTA Surveillance Authority fines a telecom EUR 111 million for abuse of dominance in the Norwegian market for residential mobile broadband services on tablets and laptops (Telenor), 30 June 2020, e-Competitions Telecom & Dominance, Art. N° 97200

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