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26 Apr 2018 12:48
Users will now be allowed to carry over unused data into the next month. All licensees, said ICASA, are required to provide this option. (Oupa Nkosi/M&G)
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has announced four new regulations to end-user and subscriber services charters at a briefing in Johannesburg.
ICASA said that, while the regulations do not seek directly or indirectly to regulate costs, they improve regulations around data, sms and voice services.
“After the regulations are published, service providers will be given a month comply,” said ICASA CEO Wellington Ngwepe. The regulations have not yet been gazetted. — News 24
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