2degrees argues it, not One NZ, should buy Dense Air

2degrees argues it, not One NZ, should buy Dense Air
The challenger telco has raised competition fears. (Image: 2degrees)
Ben Moore
One NZ has responded to 2degrees' claims that its acquisition of the spectrum owned by Dense Air would negatively impact the challenger telco’s ability to compete in the market.One NZ applied to the Commerce Commission in November to acquire technology company Dense Air, and the commission quickly released a statement of preliminary issues.2degrees submitted in December on the matter, saying that not only would competition be lessened should One NZ gain access to Dense Air’s spectrum – the frequencies at which it is allowe...

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