In Côte d’Ivoire, the telecommunications regulatory authority has announced a reduction in the price of mobile Internet connections.
Mobile data rates were increased on April 6.
A decision that did not go down well with consumers who, at the request of a member of parliament, decided to launch a boycott campaign.
The Cote d’Ivoire telecom regulator has finally reversed its decision.
Consumers intend to continue the boycott until the measure is truly effective.
Sankulleh Janko has more.