CAPE TOWN - The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has conducted numerous public hearings to draft certain charter regulations on data spending.
On Thursday the body introduced the new regulations, however, no announcement was made on what the new price of data will be.
Icasa said that it stayed away from pricing issues because the regulation of prices requires more detailed market analysis.
Users will know at a later stage whether data prices will be cut.
The first regulation that was introduced was Usage notification, which requires all service providers to now send a notification when the usage of Data is at 50%.