Several of his supporters common their countries’ pricing‚ with Zishan Khan @AhmadZishanKhan saying: “Seriously? In India‚ we compensate approximately R75 for 84 GB.”
Mohale Mosala @MohaleMosala queried because South Africa’s telecoms regulator did not understanding with a issue‚ that has been gaining traction given Tbo Touch piloted a #DataMustFall debate dual years ago.
“I don’t know what Icasa is watchful for!! Honestly‚ these companies are hidden from us‚” pronounced Mosala‚ while Gerald @MofgReal commented scathingly‚ “Icasa is led by boneless people”.
Last month‚ a Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) announced that cellphone users would shortly have an choice to keep their information and not risk losing it if they have not used it within 30 days. Under a due change‚ users would in destiny also accept notifications when they have used half‚ 80% or all of their information to yield an choice to people wanting to equivocate potentially aloft charges for out of gold rates.
While some amicable media users welcomed a changes‚ many bemoaned a fact that a regulator had not reduced a tangible costs of data.