Parley passes motion to prohibit expiry dates on internet bundles

[Q FM - Zambia] - 24/07/2019
Parliament has unanimously resolved to urge the government to prohibit internet service providers from prescribing expiry dates on internet bundles purchased by customers. The motion was moved by UPND Nalikwanda Member of Parliament Geoffrey Lungwangwa and seconded by PF Kasama central Member (...)
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