Cell C has essentially become an MVNO using Vodacom's infrastructure for its contract customers

Sooooo
What happened to their network, was it sold, was given away, was it ever theirs, what
 
This article is about Cell C's contract base. So the prepaid users are still using Cell C network.
No, Cell C deactivated its towers from last year. I doubt there are any towers from them that are active.
 
As a a Cell C contract subscriber I am not sure it is a MVNO, but rather a (bad) roaming agreement. Although I am on the "Vodacom" network my reception is far worse than Vodacom users and I often only get EDGE reception - I am pretty sure Cell C contract subscribers are either deprioritized or only have access to a limited portion of the network. No 5G for certain.
 
Steinhoff vibes.

Unfortunately SA media doesn't go after the private sector for suspicious activity like it goes with government.
 
Steinhoff vibes.

Unfortunately SA media doesn't go after the private sector for suspicious activity like it goes with government.

Huh? Investors knew and had full transparency in what a big hole Cell C is. Whether it was the debt default, recapitalization rounds etc. Some businesses go bankrupt without any corruption or fraud -- they just don't make it as businesses....
 
Huh? Investors knew and had full transparency in what a big hole Cell C is. Whether it was the debt default, recapitalization rounds etc. Some businesses go bankrupt without any corruption or fraud -- they just don't make it as businesses....
Talking about the roaming agreements.

Telcos do what they want and operating in what I'd describe as racketeering
 
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