Apple in Taiwan has been fined $670,000 and ordered to stop interfering with Taiwan mobile service providers’ pricing.

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Fair Trade Comission in Taiwan has fined Apple with a $667,000 fine for “interfering with mobile service providers and handset distributors’ pricing.” If it doesn’t stop meddling with carriers and other retailers when it comes to iPhone prices, Apple may be fined an additional $1.67 million.

“Through the email correspondence between Apple and these three telecom companies we discovered the companies submit their pricing plans to Apple to be approved or confirmed before the products hit the market,” Taiwan’s FTC said in a statement.

The report states that the ruling only applies to Apple’s iPhone and not to the company’s iPad tablet lineup.