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ComCom to appeal 'inadequate' $2.25m Vodafone fine

Ben Moore
Wed, 18 May 2022

ComCom to appeal 'inadequate' $2.25m Vodafone fine
The telco faced 18 charges relating to how it marketed its FibreX offering. (Image: Depositphotos)
Ben Moore
Wed, 18 May 2022
The Commerce Commission is appealing the recent Auckland district court sentence against Vodafone New Zealand that saw the company fined $2.25 million.The Commerce Commission said in a statement the sentence is “manifestly inadequate” for “wilful” breaches of the Fair Trading Act during an advertising campaign.Vodafone announced it is also appealing the conviction and fine and said in a statement: "We are very disappointed with the outcome and respectfully disagree with the court’s decisions."The tel...

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