Let's talk value for money....
How does Eskom justify R11,256 per year for some wires in an urban environment?
That's a massive rip off for infrastructure that's already paid off.
I'm shocked at Eskom's greed.
RPI4 - best router ever.
Add USB3 GbE nic or use vlan capable switch.
Add OpenWrt or use Raspberry Pi OS Lite (Debian 11).
iptables/nftables for firewall
Add docker and run PiHole
Add vnstat container for network stats
Add smokeping container
BBC - UK government propaganda disguised as independent media.
Agree that Nigeria is know for exhorting money, but in this case it seems the Nigeria is correct.
This is not a tax.
This is the current law of the land and MultiChoice failed to abide by the law.
Same thing in ZA.
Multichoice fined R40,000 for negligence for broadcasting an DSTV promotion advert on Childrens Disney XD channel.
The advert was a collage of scenes from movies to be featured...
This was a real issue up to ~2010 when Telkom SOE had a government monopoly on cabling in ZA.
Regulation changes (Legal Cases) and Telkom inefficiencies, Telkom high prices, Telkom arrogance allowed DFA & Vumatel & SEACOM to break the Telkom monopoly.
Today OpenServe is just another FNO.
What happened to Cell-C and Telkom - they also have/had infrastructure.
"The idea behind giving the SDIC spectrum" is to give the ANC another SOE to plunder.
ANC is low on funds - can't pay staff - SDIC is a perfect way for ANC to steal more money.
Government is meant to govern.
Works for me at home and also wifes work no issues with call quality at all.
Using Opus codec on VoIP.
POTS was bad with line crackle all the time.
Wife's bill went from R2500/pm to R1200/pm (includes 100Mbps Fibre) as VoIP is per second and POTS was per second only after first minute, and...