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The Lebanese government could save "around $70 million dollars" a year if the Telecoms Ministry controlled expenditure in a transparent manner, Hezbollah MP Hasan Fadlallah said Tuesday.Jarrah released a statement Tuesday condemning Fadlallah's criticisms of the ministry's lack of transparency.Fadlallah had also revealed in his news conference that "some private sector companies" reached out to the committee to charge voice calls and texts on instant messaging application WhatsApp.Jarrah said in January that work was underway to reduce the costs of mobile calls and data plans following a protest against the telecoms monopoly in which activists called on the Lebanese to deactivate the data on their phones.
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