SPOTLIGHT: France orders carriers to cut tariffs

France's telecom regulator, ARCEP, ordered wireless carriers to cut wholesale tariffs by nearly one-fourth. Analysts say the cut will cost carriers over $1 billion in annual sales. The news is poorly timed as MVNOs are encroaching on French carriers' market share. Recently, French carriers were fined $628 million for allegedly sharing confidential sales data to undermine competition. Article

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