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Telkom broadband

Bizarre ADSL IPC pricing, double billing questioned

MWEB asks the regulator to intervene in Telkom’s “prohibitive” ADSL IPC pricing, and also to stop ‘double billing’ from Telkom on ADSL

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Telkom fixed line

Telkom bluntly lying about DSLAM congestion: ISPs

Telkom’s comments on its ADSL network and DSLAM congestion described as “the biggest bull**** of all time”

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Telkom broadband

Telkom ADSL IPC price cuts simply not enough: ISPs

South Africa’s largest ISPs are not entirely happy with Telkom’s latest wholesale ADSL price cuts

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Telkom self help

Fix slow ADSL speeds yourself – Telkom explains how

Telkom has published a self-diagnosis guide to help consumers to fix their own ADSL internet and landline problems

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Telkom gavel

Telkom may face CompCom investigation over uncapped ADSL

ISPs have agreed to back down on a threat to lodge a new complaint against Telkom with the Competition Commission under certain conditions

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Hot deal

Cool ADSL deals in early 2014

2014 is in full swing, and it may be good to look at some of the best ADSL deals available to consumers

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Telkom

Telkom ADSL IPC price cut

Telkom announced “an effective 15% price reduction” for wholesale ADSL bandwidth with effect from 01 February 2014

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Telkom generic

No ADSL exchange congestion: Telkom

Telkom says that ADSL exchange/DSLAM congestion is managed proactively, and that it can handle the current ADSL network load

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Web Africa

New Web Africa uncapped ADSL prices unveiled

Web Africa cuts its uncapped ADSL prices for residential and business customers by between 12% and 62%

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Truth behind Telkom ADSL mess

Delays in the provisioning of IPC and congested exchanges are causing problems all across South Africa’s ADSL network

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