Victor

Thanks for sharing this. This is what happens when we lack a clear policy
on Net Neutrality and the usage in general. What the lawmakers are doing is
what we in Kiswahili call ‘kutapatapa’ or in English to be all over the
place.

Let this be something that we as an industry take up with the lawmakers and
work with them to come up with solid policies to address this issue.

Regards

*Ali Hussein*

Fintech | Digital Transformation

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On Sun, Nov 27, 2022 at 4:40 PM Victor Kapiyo via KICTANet <
kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:

> Parliament will probe telecommunications firms for imposing expiry dates
> on data bundles, airtime and loyalty programmes such as Safaricom’s Bonga
> Points, setting the stage for a fresh battle between the lawmakers and the
> operators.
>
> The National Assembly’s committee on Communications, Information and
> Innovation says it will also inquire into the widespread Internet speed
> throttling practice by internet service providers (ISPs).
>
> *Read more: *
> www.businessdailyafrica.com/bd/economy/mps-open-probe-on-data-expiry-safaricom-bonga-points–4032338
>
>
> *Victor Kapiyo*
> Partner | *Lawmark Partners LLP*
> *Suite No. 8, Centro House, Westlands, Nairobi | **Web: www.lawmark.co.ke
> <www.lawmark.co.ke> *
> ====================================================
>
> *“Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude” Zig
> Ziglar*
>