WATCH: How the Competition Commission has called for cheaper data
Competition Commission deputy commissioner Hardin Ratshisusu talks to Business Day TV about the findings of the inquiry
The Competition Commission’s two-year inquiry into the high cost of data has been concluded and its report confirms that data prices are too high in a market dominated by Vodacom and MTN.
The recommendation is that service providers must lower mobile data costs by up to 50% in the next two months or face prosecution.
Competition Commission deputy commissioner Hardin Ratshisusu joined Business Day TV to discuss the findings of the inquiry.
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