MTN guilty of price discrimination Commission says

31 Jul 2007

South Africa’s Competition Commission has ruled that cellular operator MTN discriminated against smaller rival Cell-C by charging it higher interconnect fees than it charged to market leader Vodacom. The Commission said MTN’s interconnect pricing was uncompetitive, according to a Reuters report. The ruling relates to calls made from Cell-C public payphones.

South Africa, Cell C, MTN South Africa