Cybersmart CEO Laurie Fialkov highlights the risk of government involvement in determining pricing in the telecommunications industry.
Telkom has welcomed the publication of the Integrated Information and Communication Technology Policy White Paper, noting the policy’s attempt to balance universal access with the need to innovate and grow the industry.
Of the good, bad, and ugly of government’s new spectrum policy, mobile operators giving back their mobile spectrum is an dangerous idea.
SEACOM has said that services on its network will be affected by a cable fault in the Mediterranean, which requires repairs.
The Department of Communications has messed up the digital migration process so badly that Sentech was forced to invest in outdated analogue infrastructure.
The latest MyBroadband survey results reveal how much respect South African IT professionals have for the top telecoms companies in the country.
SEACOM said it is attending to a shunt fault in the Mediterranean Sea between Egypt and France.
Trudon bosses reportedly boasted about billing thousands of Telkom customers for a service which they did not ask for, “making R40 million overnight”.
Openserve has told clients it will no longer sell Diginet services from 2018.
Switch Telecom has stated that Vodacom, MTN, and Cell C have shown complete disrespect for new regulations which require mobile networks not to charge for toll-free calls.