An official at the Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia (TRC) said Wednesday that the body plans to review and possibly lower the current minimum price per call after it recently ordered the country’s seven mobile phone operators to abide by a law that sets minimum call prices. “We are going to start now and begin studying the market prices. We really have to lower the floor price,” said Lay Marivo, a member of the TRC, but he did not give an estimate of the new minimum price. Currently, the set minimum price for calls made on the same network
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