MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's antitrust authority said on Monday it had fined Italian mobile operator Wind Tre 5 million euros ($5.11 million) for an alleged violation of consumer rights.
The company, controlled by conglomerate Hutchinson, has allegedly delivered an extra paid service that was not required by its customers, according to a statement issued by the watchdog.
The fine is the maximum amount the authority can apply in these cases, the regulator said.
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(Reporting by Cristina Carlevaro, editing by Federico Maccioni)