US Department of justice launches antitrust investigation on four operators

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 US Department of justice launches antitrust investigation on four operators


Photo: the woman went through the T-mobile and Sprint retail stores in New York, on the phone. The source also said that the Ministry of justice had launched an investigation in 2016, but eventually abandoned the investigation. It is reported that Apple Corp has lodged a complaint with the Justice Department, which is an important reason for the four operators to be investigated in 2016. The antitrust department is investigating whether these operators have colluded to kill new technologies that allow customers to convert supplier services without changing the SIM card. Earlier, the New York Times reported that AT&T and Verizon were being investigated. The newspaper also said that the Ministry of justice has asked the mobile communications industry to organize GSMA to provide information. According to sources, the latest investigation started 5 months ago because of complaints from a device manufacturer and a wireless operator. GSMA, AT&T, Sprint and the anti-monopoly Department of the Ministry of justice declined to comment, while T-Mobile did not immediately respond to requests for comment. (small) source of this article: NetEase science and technology report editor: Zhang Zutao _NT5054 The source also said that the Ministry of justice had launched an investigation in 2016, but eventually abandoned the investigation. It is reported that Apple Corp has lodged a complaint with the Justice Department, which is an important reason for the four operators to be investigated in 2016. The antitrust department is investigating whether these operators have colluded to kill new technologies that allow customers to convert supplier services without changing the SIM card. Earlier, the New York Times reported that AT&T and Verizon were being investigated. The newspaper also said that the Ministry of justice has asked the mobile communications industry to organize GSMA to provide information. According to sources, the latest investigation started 5 months ago because of complaints from a device manufacturer and a wireless operator. GSMA, AT&T, Sprint and the anti-monopoly Department of the Ministry of justice declined to comment, while T-Mobile did not immediately respond to requests for comment. (small)