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T-Mobile to pay Ft 150 mln fine

Analysis

The council of the National Communication Authority (NHH) has fined mobile service provider T-Mobile Hungary Rt Ft 150 million, because T-Mobile's wholesale interconnection fees were higher than the level set by the council in July, business daily Napi Gazdaság reported. T-Mobile, as a major market player, limited competition and did not meet the criteria of business honesty, NHH ruled. NHH's council announced in September that they would launch an investigation against T-Mobile and found that T-Mobile earned Ft 900 million illegally between June-September this year.

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