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Icasa urges public to fill out questionnaire on cost of data

The submissions, with a deadline of September, will form part of Icasa's first step in launching an inquiry into the issue.

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JOHANNESBURG - The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) says South Africans have until September to fill out an online questionnaire on the cost of data.

The submissions will form part of Icasa's first step in launching an inquiry into the issue.

Icasa's Paseka Maleka says the authority revises regulations on a regular basis.

The submissions will form part of Icasa's first step in launching an inquiry into the issue.

Icasa's Paseka Maleka says thereafter a discussion document will be published.

“That discussion document, we’ll also publish it out for public comments and then after that, we’ll be doing some public hearings and developing a findings document. That findings document will assist Icasa what matter need to be regulated, what regulations can be put up and how far can we go.”

Public hearings will be then be held.