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Spain: Vodafone loses two year bid preventing rival from selling similar packages

 |  March 16, 2015

Vodafone España has lost its two-year legal bid to prevent rival Telefónica from selling converged packages of fixed and mobile telephony, broadband TV on the grounds that rivals were unable to offer the same services over Telefónica’s network.

Vodafone appealed to the Spanish High Court, the Audencia Nacional, after Competition regulator the CNMC rejected its bid to prevent Telefónica from selling its Movistar Fusión packages of services.

The court rejected Vodafone’s claim that the CNMC’s predecessor, the CMT, had effectively authorised Telefónica’s launch of Movistar Fusión


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