Apple’s iPhone sales in India under the scanner

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Apple’s iPhone sales in India under the scanner

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The Apple iPhone sales in India are under the Indian Governments scanner for alleged anticompetitive behavior. The main reason for this probe is Apple’s ability to limit the sale of their handset via only two major carriers – Namely Airtel and Aircel.

A Competition Commission of India official said on Wednesday that a case was filed against Apple about a month ago. The complaint alleges that the company violated competition law by selling the iPhone 4 through only two mobile operators, Bharti Airtel and Aircel. The official, speaking anonymously, said the Commission would look into the complaint’s merits. He did not disclose the complainant.

Apple had this to say :

Both carriers sell unlocked iPhone 4s with optional data plans. Some third-party retailers also carry the handset separate of any wireless contract, so there is no anticompetitive activity being carried out.



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  • shouvik das
    June 27, 2011 at 9:52 am

    Apple is all about glamour and stealing the spotlight,every tech they launch termed as revolutionary even if that same technology is present  from long ago before their launch

  • ska23
    June 24, 2011 at 10:13 am

    haha, typical Apple trying to kill off their competitors ;) (not even mentioning the slave lobour that causes their ’employees’ in China to commit suicide…)

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