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Vodacom nailed over its 4G/LTE coverage claim

Vodacom has been hit with another adverse ASA ruling over its 4G/LTE coverage claim in its Summer advertising campaign.

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Facebook and Google say no to regulation of their services in SA

Facebook, Microsoft, and Google have voiced their opposition to possible regulation of over-the-top services such as WhatsApp and Skype in South Africa.

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Don’t tell me what I can do with my data – expert

“Once I pay for the data, a service provider cannot dictate to me how I use it or what services I access,” said telecoms regulation lawyer Dominic Cull.

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WhatsApp does not pay tax in South Africa: MTN

Over-the-top technologies such as WhatsApp and Skype don’t pay taxes in South Africa, says mobile network MTN.

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Vodacom and MTN do not want to become “dumb pipes” for WhatsApp

Parliament’s discussions about regulating over-top-services kicked off on Tuesday with an expert saying that networks fear becoming pure infrastructure players.

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Cell C is the best, and MTN is the worst: HelloPeter

The latest HelloPeter complaints and compliments reports show which South African companies have the most satisfied customers.

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How much IT professionals spend on their smartphone per month

South African IT professionals and techies reveal how much they spend on their smartphone every month.


WhatsApp and Facebook should not be regulated to death in SA

Mobile network operators must find a way to partner with OTTs like WhatsApp, said ISPA.

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Cell C launches free WhatsApp calling

Cell C has launched a promotional offer which gives customers free WhatsApp calls for a limited period.

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How Cell C plans to beat Vodacom and MTN

Cell C CEO Jose dos Santos said its new recapitalisation deal will help the company take on Vodacom and MTN more effectively.

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