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October 06, 2005

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Donal

Could you expand on why increasing transparency would not be good for competition in roaming? From what I understand about oligopolistic markets, they are markets where there are only a few major players and is not truly competitive due to the barriers to entry. Is this correct? Surely, allowing the consumer to choose the cheapest network, if done in an easy to understand manner, would force the mobile phone companies to reduce the wholesale charges they charge the roamers home network?

Thanks.

guerby

By making such a site available using public funds, the Commission is distorting the market for pricing comparison web sites, which is illegal under the own rules. I wonder who will sue just for the fun of it...

Laurent

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