The best and worst of 2014, according to SA ISPs

whatwhat

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"Web Africa’s Wyatt-Gunning said that their biggest challenge was dealing with customers who were unhappy with their Internet speeds – an issue the company could do little about because the problem often lay with Telkom’s network or exchanges."

Usually fixed by changing to another ISP.
 

Ho3n3r

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lol at WebAfrica
"Web Africa’s Wyatt-Gunning said that their biggest challenge was dealing with customers who were unhappy with their Internet speeds – an issue the company could do little about because the problem often lay with Telkom’s network or exchanges."

Usually fixed by changing to another ISP.
That won't fix anything if the problem is either at the exchange or at Telkom themselves.
 

LaraC

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“Telkom also continues to shed fixed-lines at a significant rate – it’s a terrible waste of infrastructure that could be used to provide broadband,” said Hershaw.
Which leaves customers with no other option than to use mobile service providers.
 

saa044

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I will stick with my mtn Uncapped thank you. Yes I can only get 40KB/s after the 3GB is depleted, and stream YouTube at 240p max without it buffering the whole time. But at R240pm, and the wife was able to YouTube and Facebook the whole way from Pretoria to Tugela Mouth at a 700km road trip, that is just awesome. :D
 
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