South Africa’s largest operators – Telkom, Vodacom, MTN, and Cell C – have all announced price increases. Here is a summary of the changes.
Telkom has benefited significantly from the new mobile termination rates, while MTN and Vodacom have lost hundreds of millions in revenue.
The regulator has announced its intention to cancel ECS and ECNS licenses that are inactive and untraceable.
The Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services must immediately provide answers on the lack of funding for Broadband Infraco.
A Sunday Times report suggests that Telkom may have to hand back its maintenance vehicles used by technicians
Nashua has announced the launch of a new integrated voice over IP service.
Telkom has announced that it will increase its home line rental pricing from 1 May 2015, which means all ADSL users can expect higher bills
With so many local loop unbundling deadlines missed, what’s one more empty promise from the government?
MTN Group is believed to have struck a deal with Brightstar Corp to outsource its retail outlets in South Africa.