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LIME wins landline rate battle

rhondathompson, rhondathompson@nationnews.com

Added 15 June 2013


TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LIME has won the battle against Digicel regarding landline termination rates. LIME, in a Press release issued yesterday, said the Fair Trading Commission (FTC) made the ruling in the company’s favour “regarding the dispute which arose earlier this year over landline termination rates with Digicel”. In February the FTC was called in as a result of the failure of Digicel and LIME to reach an agreement on changing the terms of the interconnection deal between the parties to allow Digicel to add fixed-line services to its mobile network. Digicel currently offers mobile, Internet and a number of technological solutions for businesses.


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