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More depressing broadband news for SA

Point Topic’s latest residential broadband tariff benchmarks report shows that South Africa’s broadband services are expensive…and slow

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Neotel Fibre

Neotel fibre-to-the-home plans

Neotel is conducting proof of concept trials with the aim of bringing fibre-to-the-home products to South Africans

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MTN fibre-to-the-home prices, other details

MTN recently demonstrated its fibre to the home (FTTH) product, offering speeds of up to 100Mbps – here’s the rest of the story…

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South Africa’s broadband shocker

The latest Akamai State of the Internet report shows that South Africa is on the wrong side of the global digital divide

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MTN’s “secret” fibre to the home pricing revealed

MTN’s new fibre to the home prices may not be what people expect – which could be why the company tried to keep it a secret

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How the DoC plans to give broadband to everyone

The Department of Communications has provided an update on the implementation of its “SA Connect” broadband policy and strategy

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Vodacom Fibre

Vodacom’s aggressive fibre-to-the-home plans

Vodacom has aggressive fibre broadband plans, which include connecting thousands of homes and businesses within the next two years

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Vodacom fibre-to-the-home on its way

Vodacom says it is actively rolling out fibre in business parks, while the group is also preparing to do the same in gated communities.

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This is why we need competition

South African price graphs tell a story of a communications market which is a mixture of fiercely competitive areas, and others with virtually no competition

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IPTV shows strong growth

IPTV subscriber numbers rose to 96 million at the end of 2013

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