WACS cable lands in South Africa

Kloon

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Lets hope Telkom does not stuff this one up seeing as they are the landing partner in South Africa.
 

rph72

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This is good news. Now those prices must fall!!
 

Shake&Bake

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Pity I'm seeing Telkom's name so much in that article.
Don't trust them at all.
Having them in charge of the backhaul supply, is worrying.

Come on DFA!
Rip up the road all the way to my place! :D
 

foX2delta

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they all said nothing will happen till wacs lands (said it when seacom came), so lets hope a lot will happen now... But look at the other cable that landed the other day, nothing has happened with that, greed will be this and that cables downfall.
 

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Furthermore Telkom’s submarine cable portfolio will now comprise of a complete ring around Africa enabling Telkom the ability to offer redundant and restorable international bandwidth services.
I wish it could also be competitive and reasonably priced services!
 

moklet

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Pull the cable a few 100 kms north east and I make my house available for the landing station
 

Wag

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Pity I'm seeing Telkom's name so much in that article.
Don't trust them at all.
Having them in charge of the backhaul supply, is worrying.

Come on DFA!
Rip up the road all the way to my place! :D
Yip, I agree, if the monkeys at telkom are involved we will keep on buying vaseline.
 

SlyFly

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Telkom will just increase their profit % and we will still pay the same amount...
 

dabbler

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14,000 km of cable... that must have taken some effort to pull ashore ;)
 
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