Vivacom has filed a complaint with the Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) against Apple, it is clear from the regulator's website. For now, no details are disclosed about what the dispute between the two companies is.
It is clear from the Commission's website that the complaint was filed today, the subject of the claim being the abuse of a stronger negotiating position. According to acquaintances, it is about the sales of Vivacom iPhone phones. The operator does not officially offer the US giant models in our country, but has begun negotiations to do so, with Apple setting conditions that Vivacom feels unacceptable.
The regulator has already begun proceedings on it and will investigate Apple. If a US company violates the fine, the fine is up to 10% of the revenue earned by Steve Jobs in 2018 for over $ 100 billion.