Big table alert - Here is the full list of zero-rated websites in South Africa

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Here is the full list of zero-rated websites in South Africa


The Internet Service Providers’ Association of South Africa (ISPA) has announced that almost 1,000 local websites are either already zero-rated or are currently in the process of being zero-rated.

This means that all South Africans are available to access these websites over fixed or mobile data as long as the country remains in a coronavirus-related national state of disaster.
 

"D"

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Almost all of those zero-rated websites are so boring, I think we should categorise them as minus-one-rated websites until they improve somewhat. Then we can upgrade them to the zero-rated category, until they improve some more. And so on, and so forth.
 

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Oh look, a whole bunch of sites that probably have at least one vulnerability on which can get hacked :p
 

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The left hand don't know what the right hand is doing...

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BigAl-sa

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Almost all of those websites are academic related. The article title is misleading.
 

Aquila ka Hecate

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Here is the full list of zero-rated websites in South Africa


The Internet Service Providers’ Association of South Africa (ISPA) has announced that almost 1,000 local websites are either already zero-rated or are currently in the process of being zero-rated.

This means that all South Africans are available able to access these websites over fixed or mobile data as long as the country remains in a coronavirus-related national state of disaster.
FTFY
 
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