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MTN online bill platform back up after data leak

MTN has restored its online bill system after taking it offline following reports of a data leak.

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Why me&you mobile moves Unlimited Talk subscribers to worse packages

A number of me&you mobile Unlimited Talk subscribers have complained that they were moved to a worse package without much warning.

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MTN exposing subscribers’ personal details online

A bug in MTN’s web portal for subscribers is exposing the private data of customers.

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Why Vodacom still charges R2 per MB out-of-bundle

Vodacom head of innovation Jannie van Zyl has provided insight into why Vodacom charges up to R2/MB out-of-bundle.

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MTN to launch “unbeatable” customisable cellphone contracts

MTN will launch a new cellphone contract system in South Africa which will let customers tailor their own packages, saving them money.

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Vodacom, don’t pay the Please Call Me inventor: Sterling Rand

Vodacom has been asked to withhold a full payment to the employee credited with inventing the operator’s Please Call Me service.


Poynting’s MagiCube successfully keeps criminals out

Poynting launched the MagiCube to fight the scourge of battery theft and base station vandalism, and it has been a hit so far.

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Vodacom privately acknowledged me as the Please Call Me inventor: Kahn

Ari Kahn, who created the Call Me technology in 2000, told MyBroadband that Vodacom has in private acknowledged him as the inventor of the service.

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The amazing Internet speeds we could have if the ANC government was not so useless

Imagine wireless broadband speeds of over 200Mbps. The resources to make it happen in South Africa are lying unused.

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Vodacom and MTN say no to ad blocking

Local mobile operators say they are not investigating network level ad blocking services, at least for now.

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