Regulations to decide South African wholesale call termination rates due out Friday

By bne IntelliNews October 25, 2010
Icasasays the regulations to decide South African wholesale call termination ratesare due out on Friday and they are expected to reveal that Icasa has backeddown from initial plans for aggressive cuts to fixed-line termination rates.Telkom complained bitterly at recent Icasa hearings that a proposal to slashfixed-line rates did not take its costs into account and was unsustainable.

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