Vodacom has “some interesting” low cost smartphones in the pipeline which will compete against MTN’s Steppa
Cell C, MTN, Telkom, and Vodacom have weighed in on Icasa’s new call termination regulations, but what did they really mean to say?
MTN South Africa’s revenue declined by 6.1%, but its data revenue increased by 20.2%
MTN South Africa’s revenue dropped to R39.7 billion, from R41.3 billion in 2012, with ebitda down to R13.4 billion, from R14.5 billion before.
Vodacom has indicated that it will fight Icasa’s call termination regulations, 2014. MyBroadband asks the questions on many people’s lips.
MTN said that its Steppa smartphone is very popular, and that its quality is on par with other smartphones
A high-level source in Cell C has said that they initially planned to charge far less for their new Infinity packages
MTN has standardised its new international call rates across its pre-paid, top up, and contract price plans
“We will live in the dark ages if we don’t sort this out,” say Communications Minister Yunus Carrim
There is a threat far bigger than competition from Cell C and Telkom Mobile or Icasa’s mobile termination rates that can harm Vodacom, MTN and other mobile players