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Ali, I refer you to @Walu's very good example of dominance. It is *NOT* about the Numbers, but *share* of the market. Google has been dominant in search for a long time, and they have been charged variously for *abuse* of that dominance, in both search + android. Dominance of Safaricom in the local market, […]
Collins Now that’s the right conversation… 🙂 Ali Hussein Hussein & Associates +254 0713 601113 / 0770906375 Twitter: @AliHKassim Skype: abu-jomo LinkedIn: http://ke.linkedin.com/in/alihkassim Blog: www.alyhussein.com “Discovery consists in seeing what everyone else has seen and thinking what no one else has thought”. ~ Albert Szent-Györgyi Sent from my iPad On 25 Apr 2017, at 8:32 PM, Collins […]
Thanks Rosemary. I am actually conflicted on this. On one hand, Safaricom has done a fairly good job of lobbying and doing everything one can do to be competitive, on the other hand, there are worrying concerns, especially with how they have taken over insfrastructure projects that have significant impact on security of this country. […]
Ali, Your argument is simplistic and not based on reality. Monopolies exist still. Think of Facebook, Amazon and Google which are practically monopolies in their core markets. Just because these monopolies are due to self re-enforcing factors does change what they are Sent on the move, kindly excuse any typos. Sidney On 25 Apr 2017 […]
The argument by Ali assumes that ALL Kenyans are like him. Very narrow view, which doesn't consider the BIG picture. On 25 April 2017 at 17:24, Admin CampusCiti via kictanet <
@Ali, Mr, you can shoot the messenger, just not the message! ITU is not *irrelevant*. They have their study/studies on these issues, before you dismiss them in total, how about you look indepth at what they have to say, then counter that, point by point. Otherwise I will label thee a *Safaricom hardliner* and ask […]
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