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 Tuesday, March 02, 2010
South African fixed-line operator Telkom has pledged to pass on to customers 100 percent of the proposed cut in mobile termination rates from 1 March. This will see Telkom dropping its peak rate for fixed-to-mobile calls by ZAR 0.36 or 22 percent to ZAR 1.475 per minute. Telkom has filed its new fixed-to-mobile retail rates with the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa. Telkom noted however that it's still awaiting notification from Cell C on finalisation of an amendment to the Cell C interconnection agreement.
 
Source: TelecomPaper