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CALLING PARTY PAYS ACCORD.

Honduras' telecom regulator Conatel has issued a resolution extending calling party pays (CPP) billing to incoming international calls terminated by local mobile operators, said Conatel head Marlon Tabora, reports La Tribuna (Sept. 30, 2003). The new resolution means mobile phone customers in Honduras will no longer have to pay for part of the charge when they receive international calls. Incumbent operator Celtel has already adopted the measure and the interconnection agreement between startup operator Megatel and fixed line operator Hondutel will have to include clauses to this effect, Tabora said, adding that any operator charging its users to receive international calls will be fined.

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Publication:Caribbean Update
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Geographic Code:2HOND
Date:Nov 1, 2003
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