The European Commission has rejected a complaint by Si.mobil that Mobitel had abused a dominant position on the Slovenian mobile retail and wholesale communications market. The allegations were that Si.mobil operated a foreclosing strategy consisting of two elements, each mutually reinforcing in its anti-competitive effect. The first involved the retail market and the introduction of the “Dzabest” product which created a margin squeeze and predatory pricing. The second, involving the wholesale market, consisted of allegations that Mobitel sold wholesale mobile access and call origination access at artificially low rates. After an initial investigation, the Commission rejected the complaint on the basis that there was a limited likelihood of establishing the infringement and an insufficient degree of EU-wide interest in pursuing the complaint in view of the resources it would involve.