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Best and worst mobile networks in South Africa

Data from industry sources reveals which mobile network in South Africa is the best

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Sexy Vodacom ad just fine: ASA

The ASA has dismissed complaints against a Vodacom advert which was seen as “sexually provocative” and “sexualising women and children”

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7.5Gbps ‘5G’ mobile data speeds demoed

Samsung and Korean mobile network operator SK Telecom are set to show off a 7.5Gbps “5G” solution at this year’s Mobile World Congress

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Best and worst mobile data deals in SA

The new battle in the cellular market is data – here is how Vodacom, MTN, Cell C, and Telkom’s mobile data prices compare

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Cell C close to 20 million customers

Cell C closed the year with 19.6 million customers, which translated to a year-on-year increase of 44%

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Cheapest and best cellphone contract in South Africa

Tariffic has unveiled its inaugural Perfect Package Tracker, which gauges how South Africa’s mobile landscape improves or deteriorates for consumers

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What 1GB of mobile data in SA can buy you elsewhere

A Research ICT Africa report shows that you can get 2,800 minutes, 2,800 SMS messages, and 4GB of data in Namibia for the same price as only 1GB of mobile data in South Africa

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Cheapest and most expensive mobile services in SA

The latest Research ICT Africa report reveals which South African mobile operator offers the best prepaid mobile deal

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MyBroadband Wardrive – Mobile broadband tested

South Africa’s four mobile network operators’ data networks were put to the test by MyBroadband in a wardrive

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SIM swap fraud fix

Global SIM maker investigating major hack

Gemalto, one of the world’s largest producers of SIM cards for mobile phones say it is investigating the reported hacking of its encryption codes.

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