EU regulators examining Apple's contracts with European carriers
0. phoneArena 22 Mar 2013, 00:46 posted on
After several European carriers complained that their contracts with Apple to sell the Apple iPhone had hurt competition, European regulators are said to be examining the contracts for antitrust violations; these carriers have sent copies of their contract with Apple while the focus is believed to be on French mobile operators...
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1. anywherehome (Posts: 971; Member since: 13 Dec 2011)
what to say? Apple is the new Microsoft with its corruption over the whole world....
please, people, don't buy overprices device that can not even:
1) copy any file
2) open any file in any app
I will tell you a secret....iPhone is not a smartphone, just an iConboard :)
4. jsdechavez (Posts: 721; Member since: 20 Jul 2012)
It wasn't a smartphone when it first came out. It was rather incomplete. The apps made others call it smart. phew!
6. lyndon420 (Posts: 3730; Member since: 11 Jul 2012)
Actually the iphone isn't considered a smartphone in Canada. On the carrier web sites, you won't find the iphone listed under any smartphone categories...which is understandable.
7. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)
also called COPY & PASTE
2. Kreft (Posts: 84; Member since: 27 Dec 2012)
Good finally. I hope apple gets hit hard. Microsoft was for the stupidest reasons.. Because apparently Europeans don't know that they can change their browser and as if that really matters anyway. Apple being the most evil and anti-competitive company there is, I hope it burns.
3. andro. (Posts: 1997; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)
Carriers have always been put under severe restraints by Apple when stocking the iPhone, carriers are literally chained by groin by apple the minute they sell the phone. Especially in Europe,apple has as has been seen is quite quick to ignore even things like the law stating 2 year warranty is a legal free right. I know a lot of carriers were under severe pressure because of the iPhone 4 where thousands of customers were returning the phone saying it was dropping calls and apple wasn't allowing networks to return or swap out the handset as the problem "didnt exist,carriers were literally told f you by apple and deal with it yerselves