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Info View TV uncapped unshaped ADSL R550 per month

Uncapped, unshaped ADSL with Internet TV wants to offer South Africans IP television along with an affordable unshaped ADSL account with which to deliver the service

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Broadband fibre Africa

Telkom network added to open source fibre map

The open source AfTerFibre map has been updated to show

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Government money small

Another R7 billion needed for digital TV

The project to migrate South Africa’s TV from analogue to digital broadcasting needs another R7 billion

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Simfy touch

Simfy music streaming hands-on

Music streaming for the cost of BlackBerry Internet Service in SA… Is it worth it?

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Internet IP transit globe network

Cheaper international transit: the effect

South African network operators weigh in on the steeper declines in international IP transit prices reported by TeleGeography

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Social media

Facebook, Twitter stats for SA teased

World Wide Worx MD has revealed some of South Africa’s Facebook stats

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Pirating porn in SA: is it legal?

Does pornography enjoy copyright protection in South Africa?

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Digital TV

Digital TV set-top box price estimate slashed

South Africans will be paying far less for a DTT set-top box than the anticipated R700, the DoC said

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Digital TV

Digital TV launch date for SA

A target date for phase one of South Africa’s digital terrestrial television launch was revealed to the Select Committee on Labour and Public Enterprises in parliament

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Digital TV Migration

R213 million for digital TV migration extension

Missing the SADC deadline for the switch-off of analogue broadcasts will cost Sentech an additional R213 million

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Jan Vermeulen

Jan Vermeulen is a technology journalist and web developer at MyBroadband. After receiving a Computer Engineering degree at the University of Pretoria he worked at SAAB’s Civil Security division as an engineer and developer. He then moved to MyBroadband to pursue a career that combined his interest in technology and his love of writing.

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