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RSAWEB launches fibre-to-the-home packages

RSAWEB has launched fibre-to-the-home packages, targeting Internet users in the Western Cape, Gauteng, and KwaZulu-Natal.

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Global fixed broadband subscriber numbers

Point Topic predicts the number of worldwide fixed broadband lines will break through the 1-billion barrier to reach 1.02 billion by the end of 2021.


Telkom DSL users, data volumes show strong growth

Telkom’s results for the year ended 31 March 2015 show strong growth in DSL user numbers and data volumes.


Seacom less than 5% used

Seacom’s Suveer Ramdhani sheds light on how bottlenecked South Africa’s local networks are.


Telkom uncapped LTE for R599 sale kicks off

Telkom has opened the online sale of its uncapped LTE service, with prices starting at R599 per month.

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We’re being attacked from all flanks: Telkom CEO

Telkom is facing tremendous competition from small, independent fixed-line fibre players in South Africa

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Telkom R599 uncapped LTE fair use policy

As expected, mass downloading will be limited on Telkom’s new uncapped wireless data deal.

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Uncapped LTE for R599 per month from Telkom

Telkom has announced that it will soon launch a promotional uncapped LTE offer.

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Is Telkom LTE-A as good as fibre broadband?

Bold claims abound in Telkom’s latest release about its LTE-Advanced network – we investigate their veracity.

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SA government wants net neutrality

The department of posts and telecommunications has come out in strong support for the principle of net neutrality.

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