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MWEB fibre-to-the-home prices announced

MWEB has announced its fibre broadband prices, which are currently available to Parkhurst fibre-to-the-home customers

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100Mbps broadband prices: Telkom LTE A vs FTTH

Telkom recently launched its 150Mbps LTE Advanced service in Johannesburg – here is how its pricing stacks up against fibre-to-the-home products in the same area

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Web Africa fibre-to-the-home prices revealed

Web Africa’s data prices for the Parkhurst FTTH initiative have been announced

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Is uncapped really uncapped?

Many companies are promoting their data offerings as uncapped or unlimited, but consumers should read the fine print

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Inbound Sound: get your favourite band to SA

Are South African concert organisers ignoring your favourite musicians? Inbound Sound aims to change that

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Biggest ADSL downloaders in South Africa

Many South African ADSL users consume over 1 terabyte of data per month – here are some of the biggest bandwidth hogs

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What SA telecoms websites looked like in the 90s

Here is what the websites of Telkom, MWEB, Internet Solutions, MTN, and other prominent telecoms players looked like in the nineties

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Web Africa doubles ADSL Download Plus data

Web Africa has doubled its Download Plus data for all capped ADSL subscribers

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Uncapped ADSL: good or bad for SA broadband?

With reports of exchange congestion and ISPs having to impose throttling policies on “heavy users”, maybe uncapped wasn’t such a good idea after all

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ISPs to clamp down on torrenting

Uncapped ADSL users should expect even tighter restrictions on torrenting in the future, some ISPs have warned

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SABC needs evidence to back up protest decision: Icasa

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No empirical evidence was used to back up the SABC’s decision to ban coverage of violent protests, an Icasa public hearing was told on Friday.

Icasa can’t reverse Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s protest decision: SABC lawyer

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Icasa has no power to reverse the SABC’s decision to ban coverage of violent protests, the public broadcaster’s lawyer said on Friday.

Cape Town waiter in court for card skimming R60,000 from customer

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A waiter accused of skimming R60,000 from a customer’s bank card at a Camps Bay restaurant made his first appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Friday.

How Afrihost buying itself back from MTN will affect customers

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MTN has answered questions about what to expect when Afrihost buys itself back from the operator.

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