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MTN cheaper call rate paradox

Not two weeks after a decrease in call termination rates in South Africa, MTN cut its prepaid call rates. Coincidence?

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Complicated

Crazy complicated 79c per minute MTN promo

Confused by the terms and conditions on MTN’s latest promo? That’s because MTN’s prepaid product range is crazy complex

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1GB of mobile data is simply not enough

The majority of South African smartphone users have access to 1GB or more to serve their Internet needs

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MTN 79c

MTN cuts call rate to 79c per minute

MTN has launched a flat rate of 79c per minute, billed per second, on its MTN Pay Per Second service

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Nashua Mobile app

Nashua Mobile selling off subscribers

Nashua Mobile will dispose of its MTN, Vodacom and Cell C subscriber bases as parent company Reunert finds the business is unlikely to generate acceptable returns.

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Dark tunnel

South Africa’s dark telecoms past

South Africa has a checkered past in the telecommunications market, which includes government interference to maximise profits and large companies trying to bully smaller players

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Best Samsung Galaxy S5 deals in South Africa

Mobile networks and retailers have launched the Samsung Galaxy S5 in South Africa — here are some of the best deals available

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Samsung Galaxy S5 group

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs S4 launch price comparison

There appears to be some merit to the complaints that contracts for the Samsung Galaxy S5 on SA operators are more expensive than those of its predecessor at launch

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ICASA

Blame Icasa for high mobile prices

Why aren’t mobile call costs lower? Blame Icasa for not doing its job properly, writes Hilton Tarrant

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SIM card phishing

Beware new SIM swap scam e-mail

MTN has warned users of a new phishing e-mail that masquerades as a SIM swap warning

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