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Colombia’s largest Department Store has stopped selling certain iPhone models to comply with the Court’s Ban

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On Sunday Patently Apple posted a report titled “Apple’s 5G iPhones and iPads have been banned in Colombia after the Court granted Ericsson a rare Anti-Antisuit Injunction+.” Two days later and it was reported that Falabella, the largest South American Department Store chain has stopped selling certain iPhone models to comply with the recent court order.

 

Transmedia reports that “Due to the legal dispute over patents between Apple and the firm Ericsson, which has requested a Colombian court to ban the sale of iPhone 11, iPhone 12 and 13 from that country, a report by a contributor to our site has shared with us the information that the Falabella retail chain, present in Colombia, Chile and Peru, has decided to stop selling them and remove them from its online site.”

 

I tried to contact Falabella’s service line at 600 329 2002 to confirm this report and to request a reply in writing or a link to a site page that denies customers the ability to purchase an iPhone 11, 12 or 13. If you call or have proof of the ban at Falabella, please send your information to: pafeedback@shaw.ca 

 

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