Airtel Gabon penalised for not reporting international calls

From Wed Jan 23 2013, 01:55:08

In a move seen as pushing regulation forward in Gabon, the country's regulator has fined Airtel Gabon for failing to report all international calls made on their network. According to telecommunications regulator Arcep, Airtel Gabon was fined an undisclosed fee for "under-reporting international call traffic in June 2012." Arcep claimed that Airtel failed to report [...]

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