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Telkom says a proposed lowering of South African call termination rates could force the partly state-owned company to cut jobs and services such as public phones and connections to rural areas.
Increased termination fees for inbound international calls on MTN South Africa’s network hurt local consumers, says a local internet body.
New call termination rates favouring smaller cellular operators have been announced by the Independent Communications Authority of SA.
A probe should be launched into lowering the cost of data in the wake of cheaper call termination rates, says the Universal Services and Access Agency of SA.
Parliament's communications portfolio committee is urging all parties to work together to ensure affordable telecommunication services following a court ruling.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa can go ahead with regulations to cut mobile termination rates, a high court has ruled.
MTN and Vodacom should have disclosed their costs for calls to other networks, the High Court in Johannesburg has heard.
MTN and Vodacom have approached the High Court in Johannesburg on an urgent basis to stop Icasa from implementing a regulation on mobile termination rates.
MTN has taken full-page ads in Sunday papers in response to accusations by Cell C and Telkom that it is hiding behind regulations to protect profits.
Vodacom has lodged an application in the South Gauteng High Court to challenge regulator Icasa over cheaper call rates.
The mobile phone operator has reported a 6% decline in full-year earnings as the slashing of call connection tariffs has hurt its earnings.
AT&T will pay $105m to settle investigations that it tacked on charges to mobile phone bills for unauthorised third-party services, officials say.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has lengthened the time frame for planned cuts to mobile connection fees.
Vodacom has implemented the new call termination rates set out by Icasa following a high court ruling.
Cell C and Telkom cheer as investors of Vodacom and MTN are rattled by a ruling allowing Icasa to cut mobile termination rates.
A lack of regulation in the mobile network market would likely harm consumers, the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has heard.
New call rates between cellphone networks aimed at stimulating competition should have taken into account the structural effects on the market, a court has heard.
Telecoms regulator Icasa says it may reconsider planned cuts in the amount mobile operators charge each other to use their networks to avert a lengthy legal battle.
Telkom has entered a fierce commercial battle where everybody is seemingly gunning industry giants MTN and Vodacom over termination fees.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has brought forward plans to halve the rates mobile operators can charge each other to use their networks.
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