*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. This is a very interesting opinion that has just been released today, June 14, 2010, the Competition Authority, on the cross-use of the bases of clientele. The title of this opinion No. 10-A-13 is nevertheless somewhat misleading, as it does not focus on the cross-use of customer base. Certainly, the notice includes some rich developments under the form of a reminder of the decision-making practices of the European Commission and the Competition Authority as well as Community case law, and on the issue. The truth is that what is of primary interest the Authority is the practice of coupled sales, indeed sometimes associated with the cross-use of customer
CASE COMMENT: REGULATORY - MOBILE TELEPHONY - QUADRUPLE PLAY - CLIENT BASES - EFFECT ON THE COMPETITION - FORECLOSURE - CONSUMER PROTECTION - OPINION
Mobile telephony : The French Competition Authority warns against generalised « quadruple play » convergence offers and gives recommendations to improve the fluidity of mobile and broadband markets (Free)
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