Vodafone may go to court over market imbalance'

Decision prompted by European Commission’s approval of O2 and Three Mobile merger.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
22nd June, 2014

Vodafone Ireland could issue legal proceedings as early as this week in an attempt to force the Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) to redress what it sees as an imbalance in the Irish mobile market.

The action follows a decision by the European Commission to approve the merger of O2 and Three Mobile, which is now owned by Hong Kong financial giant Hutchison Whampoa.

After the merger, the newly combined Three-O2 operation would have 90...

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