Congo threatens sanctions for poor mobile QoS

Monday 18 July 2016 | 14:48 CET | News
The government of Congo has threatened sanctions against the country's three mobile operators if their services don't improve soon. The telecom minister Leon Juste Ibombo has asked the regulator Arpce to order the operators MTN, Airtel and Azur to improve their services as soon as possible, reports Agence Ecofin, saying "quality of service is not an option, it's an obligation". Consumers have complained of disrupted calls, inability to connect to the internet and unjustified charges for communications. The minister said that if services do not improve in the coming days, the operators will

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Airtel / Azur / MTN
Countries: Congo
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