No Fines for Poor Cellphone Networks

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa that it has not yet imposed any penalties on mobile firms for poor network standards

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) that it has not yet imposed any penalties on mobile firms for poor network standards, more than a year after introducing regulations which include hefty fines for connectivity failures.

ICASA, which released the final version of its End-User and Subscriber Service Charter regulations last month, says that mobile communications companies would be subjected to a R500 000 fine for poor network standards.

ICASA stipulated that electronic communications services and electronic communications network service licensees should ensure they achieve an average of 95 percent network service availability over a period of six months.

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Source: 
Finance24

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