- Jul 22, 2003
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Under which rock have you been hiding?We have had our lines stolen for the 3rd time this year. They've taken longer than usual to replace which makes me fear the worst. . As long as I get the same speeds I had before I won't mind this option. Otherwise telkom must just keep replacing. They can cut the CEOs salary by a few million this year. I'm sure it won't affect him.
I think this is a great initiative by Telkom, especially for rural guys who are looking for connectivity. To connect rural people is a global problem, and the price pint of between R400 and R500 is certainly very good.
I would however like to see that copper theft (cable theft may be a more accurate term) is classified as sabotage instead of theft in our law. It truly hurts the economy when electricity or telecoms cables are stolen, and it means unnecessary expenses for telecoms players (specifically Telkom).