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Title: Namibia gets tough on mobile tariffs
Authors: TechCentral
Keywords: LEO
MTC
NAMIBIAN COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
TELECOM NAMIBIA
UNFAIR COMPETITION
MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES
CONSUMER PROTECTION
ANTITRUST LAW
NAMIBIA
Date: 2011
Publisher: TechCentral
Abstract: Namibia has led Southern Africa in cutting call termination rates, the fees the operators charge one another to carry calls between their networks. The rates have been cut to 30c/minute, but MTC (Mobile Telecommunications Limited) rivals claim the company has not passed on the benefits to consumers in the form of lower retail rates.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48982
Project Number: 105266
Project Title: Research ICT Africa - Phase III
Access: IDRC Only
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