Mobile Telephony Industry: Price Discrimination Strategies for Interconnected Networks
The changes occurring in the mobile telephony industry, both at legislative and technological level, have affected the competitive scenario in various national contexts. The main aim of this paper is to highlights the results of price discrimination strategy in terms of market shares and profits in order to identify incumbent behaviours able to inhibit competition.
KeywordsMarket Share Price Discrimination Brand Loyalty Discriminatory Price Network Competition
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