Tag Archives: broadband
Akamai’s State of the Internet reports shows how South Africa’s broadband speeds have changed over the years.
The latest Akamai State of the Internet report shows just how poor South Africa’s broadband access is.
The Broadband Commission has released its “The State of Broadband 2015” report, which shows just how poor South Africa’s fixed broadband performance is.
New research by Ovum found that the majority of fixed-line consumer broadband users need a download speed of at least 10Mbps.
South Africa’s top telecommunications executives reveal their smartphone, laptop, and broadband choices – with one product binding them all.
Telkom and Neotel offer consumers and businesses a range of uncapped broadband services – here is how they compare.
A delay in policy directive is raising the stakes in the telecommunications sector’s battle for high-speed spectrum.
Vodacom has launched new Broadband Connect LTE packages aimed at businesses, which feature a “double data” promotion.
Current alternatives won’t light up Britain’s broadband blackspots – the only true superior alternative to fibre to the cabinet is to provide fibre to the home.
Point Topic’s broadband tariff country scorecard shows how South Africa’s entry-level broadband prices compare to the rest of the world.