CRAN upholds decision to award Windhoek telecom licence

Friday 31 July 2020 | 10:52 CET | News
CRAN chairperson Heinrich Mihe Gaomab II said they will impose additional licence conditions to address stakeholder comments to ensure fair competition and infrastructure sharing, which will result in overall lower cost of infrastructure development by other licensees and thus translate into lower prices for the end-consumer.

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