Vodacom petitions top Congo court to cancel withdrawal of permit

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Vodacom Group’s unit in the Democratic Republic of Congo petitioned the nation’s top administrative court to reverse a government order withdrawing its second-generation (2G) license. A directive signed by Telecommunications Minister Emery Okundji in April threatens to disconnect some of Vodacom Congo’s 11.8-million customers who’ve yet to switch to third- or fourgh-generation mobile technology, or live in remote areas not yet covered by the faster data services. Johannesburg-based Vodacom owns 51% of Congo’s biggest mobile operator.

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