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Well that's better than nothing I guess, creates an interesting situation though. Vodacom could maybe lower their 120c per minute to 99c now and CellC would not have to hike their prices.New information from the court.
The new rates will come into effect tomorrow as scheduled, but Icasa has been given 6 months within which to review them.
This thieving gangster was paid R7m last year? For doing what exactly?MTN South Africa CEO Zunaid Bulbulia also warned that the rate cuts could lead to “Eskom-type” rolling network blackouts “because we just don’t have the free cash in our business”.
Telkom Mobile & Cell C's cuts will get major attention.at least they tried something
I think the media should hype this up as much as possible.
However since Vodacon & EmptyN sponsors most mass media outlets, I doubt it will see much attention.
I like this one and nail it to the cross to the maximum forever as if their public image is already not tainted.Telkom Mobile & Cell C's cuts will get major attention.
These cuts are locked in forever. If they go up after 6 months then TM and Cell-C can take out ads saying Vodacon & EmptyN are to blame!
Well the Judge must be feeling for the SA consumers and the smaller service providers and dit not want to delay the reduction any futher.
What??? Grammar goblin got hold of this one I think. That or my brain is a bit messed up... Or both. Too many "to's".This means that for the next 6 months Cell C and Telkom Mobile will be allowed to charge Vodacom and MTN significantly more to place to calls to their networks than Vodacom and MTN can charge them.
The Judge could not find any reason to grant the interdict to prevent the cuts. She probably find some procedural defect that made them 'unlawful' and has given ICASA 6 months to fix it.