Hutchison steps up concessions for O2 deal

Hutchison is set to offer a third set of concessions to the European Commission in its bid to gain approval for its £10.5 billion acquisition of O2 UK.
The group is said to submit its final set of proposed concessions today. Some of the remedies include potential deals with Sky and Virgin Media to take about a fifth of the network’s capacity and around 10% of the combined network respectively.

Hutchison steps up concessions for O2 deal was last updated April 11th, 2016 by APWireless UK
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