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Mozambique bans telecom equipment causing interference

Thursday 15 March 2018 | 10:36 CET | News
Mozambique's Communications Regulatory Authority (INCM) has prohibited the use of radio-communications and telecommunications equipment that cause harmful interference to different telecom services. The regulator said in a statement that it would confiscate all equipment not approved or that violates the legislation in force.  

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Countries: Mozambique
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