When Vodacom, MTN, and Cell C must block OOB data

ekske1

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It is only an actual and true win if its actually implemented and enforced with penalties. It is Ikaka after all...
 

marine1

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Finally there goes vodacoms mafia business. I'm sure this will drop their profits considerably. This is long overdue and I am sure vodacom and mtn will find another way to take their customers. Prices will go up
 

j4ck455

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It is only an actual and true win if its actually implemented and enforced with penalties. It is Ikaka after all...
[highlight]@Jan[/highlight], what (if any) penalties were included in the draft regulations for non-compliance (if operators refuse to cage the OOB shark by default)?
 

j4ck455

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Shame, Jannie was trying to implement this for the last 15 years.
Don't you mean realtime data usage on contract data bundles (as opposed to caging the OOB shark by default)?

It will be interesting to see what happens when Vodacom's contract data bundle customers get bitten by the OOB shark when they haven't specifically opted in for OOB, and the OOB data usage is 3 days old before being notified that they have gone over the bundle limit.
 
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