S.Africa's telecoms regulator brings forward mobile rate cuts
CAPE TOWN Feb 20 (Reuters) - South Africa's telecoms regulator has brought forward by one month plans to halve the rates mobile operators can charge each other to use their networks.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa planned to slash mobile termination rates by 50 percent at the start of 1 May, but reconsidered this and changed it to April. (Reporting by Wendell Roelf; editing by David Dolan)
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