Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Deutsche Telekom AG is being investigated by prosecutors in Bonn on the ground that it may have charged too much for supplying directory assistance information to rivals, Handelsblatt reported, citing Friedrich Apostel, a spokesman for the prosecutor’s office.
Deutsche Telekom denied any wrongdoing, the newspaper said, citing a spokesperson it didn’t identify.
Telephone calls to Apostel and to Deutsche Telekom’s press office outside normal business hours weren’t answered.
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