Telkom LTE users have complained of high latency during peak times on the operator’s network over the past several weeks.
Cell C is concerned about a lack of clear policy directive from the government regarding ICASA’s issuing of an invitation to apply for spectrum.
ICASA has set numerous requirements and limitations on networks which want sought-after LTE spectrum.
MTN and Vodacom have welcomed the “progress made by ICASA” in terms of making frequency spectrum available.
ICASA has issued an invitation to apply for high-demand spectrum, and has set the reserve price for lots at R3 billion each.
Vodacom subscribers around the country have reported outages affecting the network’s data service.
South Africa will soon start the process of selling broadband spectrum, according to a report by Bloomberg.
MTN said it is encouraged by the feedback it has received from customers following its price increases.
A new cellphone service in South Africa secretly subscribes mobile users to a R5-a-day adult service.