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WHAT SHAPES COMPETITION IN A BUNDLED SERVICES MARKET?

21.11.2019
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The importance of bundling to the consumer can be seen in these UK data:
•  In July 2012 Ofcom, the regulator, reported for the first quarter:  o  57 percent of UK consumers purchased electronic communications services as part of a bundle o  19 percent purchased a bundle of fixed voice, broadband, and multichannel TV services o  27 percent purchased a bundle of fixed voice and broadband.

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Gita Sorensen, Director, Berkeley Research Group

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 41, Issue 1
Issue Date:
February 2013
Theme:
Competition Policy

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