Monopoly on Japan stated claims against Apple

Монопольный орган Японии заявил о претензиях к Apple

According to the FTC, Apple has forced NTT Docomo, KDDI and SoftBank to offer consumers subsidies.

The fair trade Commission of Japan said that Apple may be violating the laws of the country, forcing the suppliers of mobile services sell the iPhone cheaper and increase monthly payments for services. According to Reuters, these actions Apple denies consumers a fair choice.

According to the FTC, Apple has forced NTT Docomo, KDDI and SoftBank to offer consumers subsidies to sell the iPhone at a discount.

The Commission began to analyze methods of sales of Apple in 2016, but don’t punish Apple because the American company has promised to revise their contracts with operators.

Earlier it was reported that Apple and Samsung have settled a longstanding patent dispute.

 

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