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TPG Telecom called the Australian Opposition and Consumer Fee (ACCC) “out of touch” for suggesting that the important telcos had lifted selling prices and stopped competing for buyers immediately after TPG and Vodafone merged.
The ACCC revived a long-running spat above the $15 billion TPG-Vodafone merger on Monday morning when it made ‘analysis’ that it claimed confirmed selling prices had risen across the sector due to the fact the merger.
The commission unsuccessfully experimented with to block the merger on the foundation that TPG and Vodafone remaining individual would be very good for competitors.
The revival prompted a scathing response from TPG Telecom, which called the ACCC’s evaluation “simple and misleading”.
“The ACCC is out of contact to propose that cell suppliers, as commercial organizations, are not competing challenging for buyers each individual day,” a TPG Telecom spokesperson claimed.
“The base line is, we are giving