Cambodian Networks to Restrict Promotional Offers
Published on: 1st May 2013
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Cambodia's mobile networks have agreed to curb the hyper competition between them and will abide by regulations limiting promotional offers. The regulator has repeatedly warned the networks about offering deals that it considers to be anti competitive.
The country has nine mobile networks all struggling with modest market shares, although consolidation in the market is finally taking place.
The regulator, the TRC said that all of the mobile networks have agreed to abide by rules stipulating that 4.5 cents is the minimum price per minute for calls made between the same network and 5.95 cents per minute for cross-network calls.
Mobile operators also cannot advertise bonuses above 50 percent of what a customer pays for a mobile telephone top-up.