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Jan 5, 2009
Neotel is the first national infrastructure-based competitor in the fixed line telecoms sector in South Africa. The company says it aims to reduce the cost of doing business by enhancing the operational efficiencies of companies through the optimal use of advanced communications technologies, and to extend these benefits into the second economy.

Its various telecom licences, including the PSTS Licence issued to Neotel as the second national operator of South Africa, allow the company to provide the entire range of telecoms services with the exception of full mobility.

Although initially limited in geography and product portfolio, Neotel says it will gradually extend more deeply into the market, in order to serve businesses and customers it cannot address initially.
Their service portfolios include basic voice and data services, high-speed internet (as well as true broadband access), virtual private networks, network management and hosting services that can be assembled cost effectively to meet the specific business and technology needs of each user.

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