Iliad, Levi points the finger at the big operators for the "price war"

Iliad, Levi points the finger at the big operators for the price war


As already anticipated in recent days, Iliad's entry into the fixed telephony sector is now very little missing: the telecommunications world has long been waiting for this further move by the operator who had already made its entry into the world of offers in 2018 for the mobile network, upsetting the cards on the table for the big players in the sector.

Talking about the future of the operator and the market situation, without sparing bitter considerations on the competition that has arisen in recent years, is the CEO by Iliad Benedetto Levi. In an interview released in the last few hours to Il Sole 24 Ore, Levi focuses on Vodafone, TIM and WindTre, without however mentioning them, speaking of the so-called "price war":

"Iliad has waged a war of transparency and the market has rewarded us. Contrary to what has been done by others with their second brands, those created to compete on prices ".

Everyone is now familiar with the proliferation of increasingly competitive offers by the so-called virtual operators presented to the public as new proposals within the telecommunications market, actually born at the hands of the large operators themselves with the aim of stemming the losses due to this reorganization.

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Unlike the latter, however, the latter stands out in Levi's words for the transparency guaranteed to consumers, obviously combined with a strong competitiveness in the range of offers proposed.

Precisely in name of transparency, Levi does not even hide the possibility of a possible partnership with one of the major operators, declaring himself ready even for a merge similar to that operated in recent years by WindTre, should it be necessary and the conditions of total or partial sale were advantageous.

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Iliad to launch Italian FTTH offer 'imminently' - CEO

Iliad Italia will finally unveil its fixed line offer in a matter of days, according to the mobile operator's CEO Benedetto Levi. 'The fixed line launch is imminent. We will soon be on the market with our offers,' said the executive in an interview with Il Sole 24 Ore, without disclosing any dates. He also reiterated that the forthcoming offer would be 'consistent with the values of simplicity, transparency and clarity' that the company has brought to the Italian mobile sector over the past three and half years. 

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