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Altech Autopage

3,000 former Nashua Mobile Cell C subscribers blocked in migration

Altech Autopage has said that over 5% of Nashua Mobile’s former Cell C client base has been “soft locked”

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Cell C billboard

“Cell C – The most useless service provider in SA”

An advertising campaign has been launched against Cell C Sandton City, saying it refuses to assist its customers

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Nashua Mobile app

Nashua Mobile subscriber migration problems

Altech Autopage has hit technical difficulties, and some former Nashua Mobile subscribers have had their phone service suspended

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Surprise Phone Bill Hader

Cheap voice call promotions in South Africa

Of the many cheaper pre-paid calling promotions launched this year, only Cell C has let its expire

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SA mobile operators

Not just Vodacom: other networks pass your number to trusted third-parties too

But only Vodacom uses header modification

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MTN logo

New MTN One Time bundles launched

MTN has launched pre-paid data bundles which run over 6 or 12 months, and new daily Night Express bundles

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Vodacom 20

Vodacom’s prices: 1994 versus 2014

Vodacom launched its first commercial mobile services twenty years ago. Here is how much Vodacom’s first customers paid

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Virgin Mobile BlackBerry

Free on-net calls for all Virgin Mobile subscribers

Virgin Mobile South Africa (VMSA) has launched free on-net calls to all its contract and prepaid customers

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Vodacom General

No, Vodacom did not sell subscriber info

A report that Vodacom was exposing sensitive subscriber data to websites has morphed into something completely different, and incorrect

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MTN logo

MTN 49c per minute international call rate promo

MTN South Africa has announced the launch of a new promotional bundle that offers an international call rate from 49c per minute

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