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Think tank Kippra asked by CCK to conduct mobile termination rate survey

 |  April 22, 2012

The Communications Commission of Kenya has asked the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (Kippra) to conduct a study on mobile termination rates. The Commission is pushing for lower mobile termination rates, possibly even as low as zero. Safaricom argues that such views do not accurately reflect the cost of doing business, and that low rates would be disastrous for Kenya’s voice market. Kippra has eight weeks to submit its findings from the study.

Full content: Business Daily Africa


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