MTN in talks with Nigeria regulator to cut $3.9 billion fine and plan payment: Buhari

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ABUJA (Reuters) – South African telecoms company MTN is in talks with Nigeria’s telecoms regulator to reduce a $3.9 billion fine for failing to disconnect unregistered sim cards, and to arrange gradual payment, President Muhammadu Buhari said on Tuesday.