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Vodacom has launched LTE-U in South Africa, stating that it has achieved the fastest LTE-U speeds in the country.
Legal expert Ari Kahn believes Nkosana Makate should not get a cent from Vodacom for his “invention” of the Please Call Me.
A lack of readily available radio frequency spectrum is hobbling South Africa’s national broadband hopes, says mobile network Vodacom.
Vodacom spent R8.7 billion over the last year to grow its 3G, LTE, and 4G coverage, and improve voice quality and data speeds.
Vodacom has released its financial results for the year ended 31 March 2016, which show a strong performance in South African data revenue.
MTN’s legal battle with the Nigerian authorities has seen the company lose its spot as Africa’s highest-valued telecommunications operator to Vodacom.
Vodacom is set to launch new fibre-to-the-home prices next week, aimed at offering great value for money.
South Africa’s advanced banking sector and a lack of demand are key reasons for the local failure of Vodacom’s mobile money product M-Pesa, says an analyst.
Vodacom will discontinue M-Pesa in South Africa.
A Vodacom customer received a R20,000 data bill after her son watched “Minecraft tutorial videos on YouTube” using her tablet.