Dirty tricks of telecoms interconnect laid bare
Vodacom, MTN and Cell C accused of dirty tricks in the local call termination market. Here are the accusations.

Vodacom to Icasa: give us your lunch money, or eat a lawyer sandwich
It takes a certain audacity, not to mention arrogance and long experience, to walk into a public hearing open to any of your customers who may wander along and tell the regulator that controls your entire industry to take a hike, because that regulator wants to force you to stop price-gouging your customers. That is pretty much how Vodacom approached the Independent Communications Authority of SA on Monday, and if ever there was proof that money spent on lawyers can be money well spent, this was it.


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