A group of internet service providers (ISPs) in SA is questioning the recently announced aggressive reductions in fixed call termination rates, saying these have become too low, making it more expensive to terminate fixed calls. 

Operators have previously made a lot of money charging for calls between networks. But new rules from the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) could see call termination rates halved over the next year...

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