This is how Cell C’s network migration will impact Vodacom and MTN customers

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This is how Cell C’s network migration will impact Vodacom and MTN customers

MTN customers do not have to worry about the impact of the migration of Cell C customers to its infrastructure, it told MyBroadband.

Cell C’s decision to decommission its own network has left South Africans – and MyBroadband readers in particular – concerned over the impact of increased traffic on the mobile networks they use.

The operator’s strategy involves the migration of its customers to MTN and Vodacom’s networks.
 

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Vodacom's network is a snail these days. Mainly due to the hogging of their network by Rain.
I can still believe that MTN won't be impacted adversely, but I won't believe for a second that Vodacom won't be affected.
That's probably why Vodacom declined to comment on that.
Cell C should just be dissolved IMHO.
 

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Vodacom's network is a snail these days. Mainly due to the hogging of their network by Rain.
I can still believe that MTN won't be impacted adversely, but I won't believe for a second that Vodacom won't be affected.
That's probably why Vodacom declined to comment on that.
Cell C should just be dissolved IMHO.
"Cell C should just be dissolved IMHO."

Cell C can be closed or liquidated or whatever, but those customers will not go away. I will still need my LTE data from any network, or have to get again a copperline from Telkom for ADSL. There is no fibre in this small rural town.
 
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