Changes in Brunei Darussalam’s telecoms market | glObserver Global Economics


Consumers are set to benefit from significant changes in Brunei Darussalam’s telecoms market due to moves by the sector regulator to eliminate mobile termination and incoming call charges, amongst other measures.

Source: globserver.cn

The changes, which become effective at the end of March, include directives requiring local mobile providers to adopt the so-called Sender-Keeps-All (SKA) interconnection regime, which eliminates mobile termination charges, allowing existing players and new entrants to compete on an equal footing.

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