Representatives of Uganda’s comms regulator flew 2,300 miles just to ‘benchmark’ the performance of Ghana’s national RA system.
The largest inventory of revenue and cost leaks now has eight new threats, 44 new root causes and an entirely new variety of assurance.
How can the US government spend USD17bn on subsidizing internet access whilst relying on the public to police crooked companies?
Raymond Wodi first sought to obtain the contract to check Nigeria’s telco taxes in 2015, the year before new taxes were imposed.
A widely-reported press release includes an unbelievable forecast for the value to be generated by a national revenue assurance system.
Much can be learned from the story of O2 overcharging customers and misleading their regulator, but the most important is that many people want someone else to be responsible for billing assurance.
Both Vodafone UK and EE have fallen behind schedule with technical changes needed to reintroduce charges for roaming in the EU.
Albert Kan-Dapaah, Ghana’s Minister for National Security, wants “enhanced cooperation” between state security and tax collectors.
Ghana’s government imposed a surprise new tax, gave a tax cut, and seemingly found tax leaks within the space of just 3 weeks.
Juniper wants to grab your attention and your contact details by dangling a very big leakage estimate in front of you, but offers no evidence to support it.