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Dear Listers May 2016 bring with it better things for all Kenyans. I am wondering whether on this issue we are passing judgement on CAK’s capacity in regard to technology/telecoms prematurely. Their human resource can be upgraded if need be, they can be provided with access to industry data should they need it, they have […]
See below, from October 2015 archives. Wishing you all a Happy 2016. Regards,
True that…@JK But as they say, the devil is in the details …Is it possible that the new amendment has shifted the balance of powers on determining the dominance issue from the Communication Authority to the Competition Authority? What is the practice elsewhere? But more a pertinent question would be – what motivated the amendment? […]
This thing is very tricky. I do not envy the new PS, Broadcast and Telecommunications. Enough said walu. From: Rose Lukalo -Owino via kictanet <
HI That great news, sometimes we may be too arrogant to learn from history…yet history can be the best guide for the future. if it is so then airtel may have taken history seriously and want to progress with what the market demands. remember “Kencel” then “Celtel” then “Zain” then “Airtel”. remember the kencel scratchcards […]
Thnx @Barrack, I had actually forgotten to share the ‘RAW’ data @ https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ymDb4JvfBBAcPjpyWzW9jK7RkCCV3qbpPoiXbEWkv8c/edit?usp=sharing So that listers can compare with the ‘PROCESSED’ /’CONSOLIDATED’ data @ https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yHaanSGPQQ4NFofymvWYj4QUoCy6KbxYFmxEQhrMk-Y/edit Feel free to edit/drop in a point I may have left out…btwn now and close of business tomorrow Friday 8th Jan 2015. walu. From: Barrack Otieno <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: KICTAnet ICT […]
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