S.Africa's Vodacom to launch legal challenge against regulator
JOHANNESBURG Feb 5 (Reuters) - South Africa's Vodacom plans to launch a legal challenge against a regulatory cut in fees mobile carriers are allowed to charge each other, its chief executive said on Wednesday.
Shameel Joosub also told analysts on a call the planned cut in mobile termination rates by South Africa's communications regulator could cost the company 1 billion rand ($90 million) in the 2015 financial year. ($1 = 11.1242 South African rand) (Reporting by David Dolan; Editing by Ed Cropley)
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