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Data Sim

R169 uncapped mobile data SIM reviewed

We put Data SIM’s uncapped mobile data service for R169 per month through its paces to see how it performs.

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MTN desk

MTN apologises for service disruptions

Mobile operator MTN has apologised to customers for service disruptions as strike action continues to impact on operations.

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CWU Communication workers union

MTN customers continue to suffer

MTN SA CEO, Ahmad Farroukh, has apologised to customers for service disruptions resulting from the industrial action by employees affiliated to the CWU.

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Cyber Government online security privacy

What your cellphone provider knows about you

There have been many reports of government institutions spying on South Africans – here is what information they can get about you from your cellular provider.

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MTN to CWU: Our bonus offer is already better than your demands

According to MTN, its bonus offer betters the CWU’s initial demands.

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Vodacom General

Vodacom price increases: who was wrong?

Research ICT Africa has said that Vodacom’s price increases were unjustified, but updated their report to state the price hikes may be worth it for the increased quality of service. Here is the full story.

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MTN 808 call centre closed

MTN’s call centre was closed on Sunday as the strike over pay and bonuses at the company continued

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MTN takes CWU to court

MTN says it has taken the Communication Workers Union (CWU) to the Johannesburg Labour Court for allegedly blocking entrances to the company’s offices and intimidating staff.

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Uncapped mobile data for R149 per month – powered by Telkom

Vetex has struck a deal with Telkom to sell a SIM card offering uncapped Internet browsing and social media, unlimited instant messaging, and R50 free air time for R149 per month.

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Vodacom MTN cat fight

MTN, Vodacom contract price hikes unjustified: report

Local mobile operators’ claims that rising input costs are fuelling contract price hikes are not reflected in these companies’ financial statements, says a research body.

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