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Untangling SA’s big open-access debate

Untangling SA’s big open-access debate

Competition has broken out among telecommunications operators in South Africa as a result of an open-access policy intervention, being the prices which operators pay to access customers on other networks: the call termination rate. Prepaid mobile voice

SA mobile networks say no to ad blocking

Local mobile operators say they are not investigating network-level ad-blocking services, at least for now. About 20% of data traffic on a smartphone is intrusive advertising, according to a research note from Strand Consult. And in February

MTN to tackle Cell C in MVNO market

MTN to tackle Cell C in MVNO market

MTN South Africa will allow mobile virtual network operators to piggyback on its network, becoming the second mobile provider in South Africa after Cell C to offer such a platform

MTN SA to outspend rivals – again

MTN SA to outspend rivals – again

MTN South African has announced that it will spend R4bn more than previously budgeted for on its network in 2016, boosting its capex plan for the financial year to 31 December by 50% to R12bn

MTN worried about gov’t spectrum plans

MTN worried about gov’t spectrum plans

MTN South Africa has expressed concern about government’s plans for allocating new spectrum for 4G/LTE networks, saying the wrong policy risks undermining one of the few sectors in South Africa that is

Vodacom seeks home fibre co-build

Vodacom seeks home fibre co-build

Vodacom wants to work with one or more other major telecommunications operators in South Africa to deploy fibre-to-the-home broadband infrastructure to reduce costs and make the business case for

Cell C, MTN, Vodacom in new LTE-U tests

Cell C, MTN, Vodacom in new LTE-U tests

You’d think they are about to launch the next big thing in mobile broadband, the way South Africa’s mobile operators are going on about LTU-Unlicensed technology. Vodacom, MTN and Cell C have also clamoured for the headlines in recent days as

Why M-Pesa works in Kenya but not SA

Why M-Pesa works in Kenya but not SA

The news that Vodacom South Africa is planning to drop the M-Pesa mobile money transfer service has come as a surprise to many analysts considering the huge success it has seen in many

What Vodacom’s results really tell us

What Vodacom’s results really tell us

Vodacom shareholders have reason to be happy. On practically every measure, the full-year numbers published on Monday for its South African operation are probably the best in recent memory. Everything is pointing in the

Vodacom eyes three big new growth markets

Vodacom eyes three big new growth markets

Vodacom South Africa has identified three big growth drivers for the coming years, and only one is directly related to its core business of mobile communications. Vodacom CEO Shameel

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