Tanzania regulator seeks 69 percent interconnection rate decrease

From IT News Africa news alert Fri Jan 18 2013, 09:14:08

In a move that has recieved widespread praise, Tanzania's telecom regulator is seeking to decrease interconnection charges in the country as part of an effort to boost mobile phone use among users....

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