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New Icasa draft regulations too vague says Internet Solutions

Internet Solutions says that an urgently convened workshop in which all industry players work together would be the best – and fastest - way to resolve the issues currently preventing local loop unbundling (LLU) being implemented in South Africa. LLU...

Shareholders are unfairly prejudiced – Telkom

Telkom group CEO Sipho Maseko told the media at their 2013 annual general meeting that the telecommunications company shouldn’t foot the bill for other operators in regard to local-loop unbundling (LLU). Maseko is of the opinion that other operators who...

Internet Solutions disappointed with ICASA’s approach to LLU

The local telecommunications industry was expecting the release of a local-loop unbundling (LLU) framework document by the Independent Communications Authority of SA (ICASA) yesterday. However, according to Siyabonga Madyibi, executive for regulatory affairs at Internet Solutions, what ICASA did...

LLU – Why should a wireless company care?

Many moons ago, governments realised that they had to provide telecommunication infrastructure to the populace in order for them to telecommunicate. In most countries this was done with tax-payer’s money, under the guise of state owned monopolies. This system worked...

ICASA sticks to Nov 2011 deadline

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa, (ICASA) SA’s communications sector regulator, unveiled it’s Local Loop Unbundling (LLU) discussion document recently at a media briefing held in Sandton, Johannesburg. LLU is the process by which licensees will be able to...

Orange Tunisie postpones Livebox sale

ORANGE Tunisie has delayed the Livebox sale after the telecoms regulator issued them with an infringement warning. Orange is in breach of the INT regulation, which prohibits Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) services. According to a source, the dispute is not...
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