Tag Archives: broadband
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.
South Africa’s first telegraph message was sent in December 1859 – here is how telecommunication has evolved from then to now.
We take a look at the cheapest ‘large’ ADSL data bundles available in South Africa.
SkyWire Technologies has extensive broadband coverage in local business hubs and is ready to roll out to even the remotest areas of South Africa.
The South African government should not get involved in the high speed mobile broadband spectrum market, warned an international body.
South Africans often complain about high ADSL and fibre broadband prices – we investigate if these complaints are valid.