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Major Competitors have give notice of intent to distribute product at no cost in counter to our offer of SEVEN ALPHA and TEAMSPEAK 3 services. The resulting impact on network services to eliminate the load-bearing volume of voice over IP customers from market has driven costs up 25% in 48 hours. As a result, all product pricing will be affected by this unfair competition act in State of Oklahoma. Product give-aways as a class are a violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act, and an effort to negate cancellation due to CORONAVIRUS concerns among computer-electronic specialist trade groups NVIDIA and other companies.
While we consider these services humanitarian, in light of the 3.4% mortality rate of CORONAVIRUS, this action is a violation of Oklahoma Law and has immediate impact on pricing and service availability which are foreseeable consequences to disable smaller vendors of voice over IP services. Anti-competitor tactics like this impacted Smoke Signals Computer Corporation and other Internet and email providers prior, led by Google Inc., and appear to be on a similar scale now by CISCO SYSTEMS and EQUINIX/NTT carriers jointly. The firm alleges these actions constitute a violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act, and are detrimental to the economy of States and political support therein for independent telecom services coinciding with Super Tuesday. By coordination of this announcement, impact on many states telecommunications services not affiliated with Democratic Candidates has be extreme.
SDP Multimedia Group will continue to offer TeamSpeak 3 services and other products in Voice over IP services, but cannot make such services available at no cost, similar to CISCO SYSTEMS.