OTRT fines mobile trio over failure to meet QoS obligations

22 Aug 2012

Chad’s telecommunications regulator, Office Tchadien de Regulation des Telecommunications (OTRT), has reportedly fined the country’s three incumbent mobile operators Airtel Chad, Tigo and Salam Mobile a combined figure of XAF1.1 billion (USD2.09 million) for failing to meet their previously stated Quality of Service (QoS) commitments. Agence Ecofin cites ‘various breaches’, which came to light following a recent study.



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