Philémon Zo’o Zame, managing director of Cameroon’s telecommunication regulatory agency (ART) took a step further in the agency’s fight against the unlawful operators in the sector.
Indeed, the managing director has just published another statement informing that the unlicensed operators could incur fines between CFA100 million and CFA500 million.
He reminded those operators that they were allowed a 6-months deadline from May 2, 2017, to submit their license application.
This deadline has passed and in line with the agency’s mission, a team will check the licenses this month.
Philémon Zo'o Zame also said that he was amazed to notice that despite the various notices from ART, some operators and added-value suppliers still operate in the telecommunication sector without a license.
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