Today's Bulletin: Wednesday, August 4, 2021
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by Editorial Team
Vodacom has suspended any interconnection with TMCel, following an accumulation of debt 600 million meticais.
Vodacom Moçambique announced that they were forced to interrupt their existing interconnection with TMCel with immidiate effect from 17 June 2021.
This descison was taken on the basis of the ongoing debt of approximately 600 million meticais, (around US$9.6 million) that TMCel owes under the interconnection contract. Following consistent defaults Vodacom was forced to suspended the contract to prevent further debt accumalation.
Following the suspension, TMCel users won’t be able to make calls to Vodacom users while Vodacom will still enjoy full interconnectivity.
However, to enable enhanced communication to all Mozambicans, SMS services will be maintained.
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