internet service providers’ association (ispa)

  1. Jan

    Spectrum can't stall number portability after 16 years - ISPA

    16 years late — Number portability in South Africa must be finished The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has had sixteen years to fully implement number portability, and it still has not happened. According to the Independent Service Providers’ Association of South...
  2. Jan

    Vodacom and MTN must be forced to compete with us - ISPs

    South Africa's ISPs want to slash mobile data prices — by forcing Vodacom and MTN to compete The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) must force cellular network operators like Vodacom and MTN to compete with Internet service providers on the price of mobile data...
  3. Jan

    ISPs want Icasa to make more time to meet BEE requirements

    ISPs want more time to meet BEE requirements The Wireless Access Providers Association (Wapa) says several Internet service providers (ISPs) are concerned about the timing of the enforcement of interim transformation requirements from April 2022. In 2008, the legislation which replaced VANS...
  4. Jan

    Icasa causing big delays in routine network licence transfer applications

    Icasa must stop micromanaging Internet companies in South Africa Network operators are waiting from six months to over a year for the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) to process routine licence transfer requests. This is according to a statement issued by the Internet Service...
  5. J

    RSAWEB - Disclosure of Personal Information

    The following complaint was filed with ISPA (Internet Service Providers’ Association) against RSAWEB (PTY) LTD on 15 January 2019. This complaint refers to the violation of the following Code of Conduct, as stated by ISPA: Code of Conduct: C. Privacy and confidentiality 1. ISPA members must...
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    R200 per GB Mweb ADSL complaint - case closed

    R200 per GB Mweb ADSL complaint dismissed The Internet Service Providers’ Association of South Africa has ruled on a complaint it received regarding Mweb’s out-of-bundle policies
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Fibre in SA: are we headed for monopolies?

    Fibre in SA: are we headed for regional monopolies? International technology websites are full of complaints about cable Internet providers in the United States, and one can’t help but wonder if South Africa is heading the same way
  8. jes

    South African spammer pays R65,000 to settle case

    South African spammer pays R65,000 to settle case A landmark court case has ended in victory for the Internet Service Providers’ Association of South Africa
  9. jes

    Graham Beneke joins South African broadband council

    Graham Beneke in South African broadband council ISPA co-chair Graham Beneke has been appointed to the National Broadband Advisory Council
  10. jes

    Cell C to fight Vodacom-Neotel deal

    Cell C to fight Vodacom-Neotel deal Cell C has vowed to fight the proposed deal between Vodacom and Neotel
  11. QuintonB

    Icasa service regulations should be replaced: Ispa

    Icasa service charter regulations fall short: Ispa The proposed regulations for Internet service provision fall short, the Internet Service Providers’ Association of South Africa has said
  12. jes

    New mobile call termination rates: expect operator backlash

    New call termination rates: expect backlash Telkom, MTN, and Vodacom have reserved comment on Icasa’s new draft call termination regulations
  13. jes

    E-toll documents must be made public, says DA

    E-toll documents must be made public, says DA “It would appear that e-tolling will have little benefit for South Africa other than fattening a foreign company’s bank balance”, says DA
  14. jes

    Beware R70/min call charges: Switch Telecom

    Beware R70/min call charges: Switch Telecom Telkom is “screwing” VoIP providers and in turn, their customers, says Switch Telecoms CEO
  15. jes

    More cellular rate cuts expected

    More cellular rate cuts expected Further cuts to mobile termination rates are expected to be called for in South Africa
  16. jes

    Mobile data rates under fire

    Mobile data rates under fire ISPA wants to look at mobile data rates and not only voice termination rates
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