Swaziland Post and Telecommunications Corporation (SPTC) denies that the Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) it signed with Swazi MTN was specifically concluded for providing mobile telephony and data services in the country, the Observer reported. SPTC general manager for corporate strategy Amon Dlamini told the High Court that the joint venture was limited to the operation of a GSM Network. Dlamini says notwithstanding the terms of the JVA, competition between the parties was always envisaged as both Swazi MTN (first applicant) and SPTC (first respondent) were operating in the field of providing telecommunications services. Dlamini argues that no reference in the settlement agreement was made to the effect that the "One" service was mobile. He says the new product called "Fixedfone" was launched on 06 August 2011. Dlamini refutes allegations that this product was in violation of the court order. He said Fixedfone is not mobile and cannot be carried and used anywhere with the first respondent's network coverage area, as alleged. MTN Swaziland has taken SPTC to the High Court over alleged breach of three court orders and two arbitral awards of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)/International Court of Arbitral. MTN says SPTC was found to have breached the JVA by introducing into the market mobile products in competition with the first applicant, MTN Swaziland Limited, and allegedly violated Clause 21 of the agreement.