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Cell C accuses ICASA of U-turn on mobile rate asymmetry

Wednesday 10 September 2014 | 10:36 CET | News
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South African operator Cell C has criticised industry regulator ICASA for making what it calls a "dramatic U-turn" in mobile termination rates. The operator will continue to benefit from asymmetry in the rates for the next four years, paying bigger rivals MTN and Vodacom less than they pay it to carry calls between their networks, but the level of that asymmetry will be reduced under Icasa's proposed rates, announced on 01 September.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Cell C / ICASA / MTN South Africa / Vodacom
Countries: South Africa
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