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Icasa adopts LRIC+ to set termination rates

Monday 18 August 2014 | 11:17 CET | News
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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa announced it has adopted the Long-Run Incremental Cost Plus (LRIC+) method to determine the cost of mobile and fixed wholesale voice call termination. The regulator said the LRIC+ method would allow operators to recover a portion of joint and common costs incurred in the provision of wholesale termination and ensure continued investment in networks in South Africa. According to ICASA, LRIC+ will correct the imbalances created in 2010 when the call termination Regulations applied different cost standards to different markets.

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Companies: ICASA
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