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Department of Communications broadband

Broadband for all: How, and who will pay?

The Minister of Communications answers pressing questions regarding its plans for universal broadband access in SA

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Spectrum, tower, signal

High demand spectrum policy direction set for May 2012 release

The Minister of Communications aims to provide ICASA with a policy directive for the assignment of high demand spectrum in May 2012

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We have failed to provide the best broadband: Knott-Craig

“Prices have to be at least half of what they are today.”

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Department of Communications South Africa (DoC)

SA tech industry must answer critical questions: Minister

Operators must ensure that rural areas benefit from broadband, says Communications Minister

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LG Optimus L3

LG Optimus L3 pricing, L7 launch window in SA

LG will soon launch its new Optimus L3 in SA, followed by the L7

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Shoe cellphone can you hear me now

Dropped call stats for SA revealed

ICASA recently published license compliance reports containing dropped call statistics for SA’s major telecoms players

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Icasa bites wolf aggressive

ICASA hits back over research report

Research ICT Africa’s recent report drew a sharp retort from ICASA

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Local loop unbundling: Bitstream gets launch date

ICASA has announced a launch date for bitstream access in South Africa

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 thumbnail

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 and Note launch window, pricing in SA

Samsung has revealed launch windows and approximate South African retail prices of its upcoming Android tablet range

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e-Toll logo and gantry

You could pay R1.74 per km on toll roads

Organisation warns of “shocking new rate” for those who do not register their vehicles on the SANRAL database

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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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