Setting interconnection prices in Africa (2006, update on demand)
Telecoms and Internet Reports
Document type: Report
Publication date: 1 March 2006
Number of pages: 150
With greater liberalisation, more operators want to interconnect with each other but rarely is agreement on pricing reached easily. This report by Robert Hall looks at the theory and practice of interconnection pricing in Africa and elsewhere. It looks in detail at interconnection negotiations in four very different countries ( Ghana , Kenya , South Africa and Tanzania ) and the consequences of the choices made. It also references material from elsewhere, both in the developed and developing world.
This report can be updated and customised upon request for additional fees to cover research costs.
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