(Telecompaper) Italian antitrust watchdog AGCM has fined Telecom Italia (TIM) a total of EUR 116 million for abusing its dominant position in the expansion of its fibre-optic broadband network to underserved and rural areas across the country. In a decision issued some 3 years after the investigation was launched, Italy’s antitrust authority accused TIM of purposely taking steps to slow down the process of rolling out broadband in so-called digital divide areas by appealing against the tenders launched by the government.



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