Dominant and deserved monopoly entities
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Registration of dominant and monopoly service providers in the communications sector compiled by Authority for fair competition and consumer protection in 2015. “Procedure to define monopoly and dominant organizations”

  1. Monopoly market

1.1 To provide establishment and utilization service of radio & TV transmission, local retransmission network and infrastructure

Name of entity

Type of service

Geographic boundary of the market

1

"Radio television network"

(AFCCP Resolution 12, 2015)

To provide establishment and utilization service of radio & TV transmission, local retransmission network and infrastructure

Mongolia

1.3 To provide installation and maintenance service of communication network and infrastructure

Name of entity

Type of service

Geographic boundary of the market

1

“Information and Communication Network” LLC

To provide installation and maintenance service of communication network and infrastructure

Ulaanbaatar,

  1. Arkhangai
  2. Bayan-Ulgii
  3. Bayankhongor
  4. Bulgan
  5. Gobi-Altai
  6. Gobisumber
  7. Darkhan-Uul
  8. Dornogobi
  9. Dornod
  10. Dundgobi
  11. Zavkhan
  12. Orkhon
  13. Uvurkhangai
  14. Umnugobi
  15. Sukhbaatar
  16. Selenge
  17. Khovd
  18. Khuvsgul
  19. Khentii
  20. Tuv
  21. Uvs

Province center

2 Dominant entities

2.1 Telecom market

Name of entity

Type of service

Geographic boundary of the market

1

“Mobicom” LLC

(AFCCP Resolution 13, 2015)

Mobile service market

Mongolia

2

“Unitel” LLC

(AFCCP Resolution 13, 2015)

Mobile service market

Mongolia

3

“Mongolian telecom company”

/MTC LLC/

 (AFCCP Resolution 13, 2015)

Fixed telephone service market

Mongolia

4

“Univision” LLC

(AFCCP Resolution 13, 2015)

Fixed telephone service market

Mongolia

2.2 The market of TV & radio multi-channel service

Name of entity

Type of service

Geographic boundary of the market

1

“DDISH TV” LLC

(AFCCP Resolution 01, 2019)

TV & radio multi-channel service market

Province center

(Except: Bayan-Ulgii)

2

“GSMM” LLC

(AFCCP Resolution 01, 2019)

CATV

Bayan-Ulgii

2.3 International postal service market /Ordinary/

Name of entity

Type of service

Geographic boundary of the market

1

“Deejin korea” LLC

International postal service market /Ordinary/

Korea

2

“Terkhiin suvd” LLC

3

“Sakura mandal” LLC

International postal service market /Ordinary/

USA

4

“Nano World” LLC

5

“DHL” LLC

International postal service market /Ordinary/

Other

6

"Mongol Post" Company.

2.4 International postal service market /Express/

Name of entity

Type of service

Geographic boundary of the market

1

“DHL” LLC

 

 

2

"Mongol Post" Company.

2.5 Local postal service market

Name of entity

Type of service

Geographic boundary of the market

1

"Mongol Post" Company.

General /ordinary/ postal service /letter, document /

City to city

General /ordinary/ postal service /delivery/

General /ordinary/ postal service /package/

2.6 Establish and use international ICT network in territory of Mongolia

/Internet wholesale stream/ service market

Name of entity

Type of service

Geographic boundary of the market

1

“Gemnet” LLC

Market of service to establish and use international ICT network in territory of Mongolia (Internet wholesale service)

Mongolia

 

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LAST UPDATE: 2019/12/03
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