NetOne approaches Potraz over new mobile data prices

7 years agoThu, 12 Jan 2017 02:42:08 GMT
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NetOne approaches Potraz over new mobile data prices

The Herald reports that the Government-owned mobile operator, NetOne, has approached the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) seeking a downward review of its latest tariffs.

There are fears that the new mandatory tariffs could affect the mobile operator’s promotion package OneFusion, whose data tariffs are priced below the latest minimum regulation of 2 cents per megabyte. NetOne has not yet effected the new tariffs, as it waits for the regulator to make a determination on its appeal. Speaking to the publication, NetOne acting chief executive officer, Mr Brian Mutandiro, confirmed that they were yet to effect the new tariffs.

However, POTRAZ public relations manager, Mrs Sibo Muteyiwa, said she was not aware of appeals from mobile operators.

More: Herald

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