By Lesley HunterTORONTO – Mobilicity is making good on its threat to sue Rogers over the launch of its new low-cost brand Chatr.The new wireless provider told Cartt.ca that its legal counsel filed complaints against Rogers with various government agencies late last week, including the Competition Bureau, on the grounds that Chatr is in direct breach of Section 78 of the Competition Act which prohibits market leaders from using “fighting brands to discipline or eliminate a competitor.”COO Stewart Lyons said Wednesday morning that the company will not be issuing any statements on the matter “other than to say we are strong proponents...
UPDATE: Mobilicity goes ahead with Chatr challenges; files complaint against Rogers
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