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How Vodacom’s new contracts stack up

How Vodacom’s new contracts stack up

Vodacom’s revamped Smart+ and Red+ integrated packages have seen increases in data, voice and SMS allocations across the board. And, in the case of its Smart packages – ranging from the R199 (200MB) to R699 (1GB) level

Commission won’t prosecute Vodacom, MTN

Commission won’t prosecute Vodacom, MTN

The Competition Commission has decided not to prosecute Vodacom and MTN following a complaint by Cell C that its two bigger rivals had acted anticompetitively. The case goes all the way back to October 2013, when Cell C

Here’s why IS wants to buy DFA

Here’s why IS wants to buy DFA

Internet Solutions (IS) is, according to Bloomberg, in talks to buy Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) from Remgro, majority owner (51%) of DFA-parent Community Investment Ventures. The report last week suggested that the sellers want as much as

New contract plans: Vodacom ‘lags rivals’

New contract plans: Vodacom ‘lags rivals’

Vodacom on Tuesday announced new prices across its Red and Smart contract tariff plans, but the new deals, especially on the cheaper Smart plans, don’t do much to satisfy the ever-growing demand among consumers

License the 2,6GHz band now: Cell C

License the 2,6GHz band now: Cell C

Although Cell C supports government’s idea of a national wholesale open-access network (Woan), communications regulator Icasa should not wait any longer to allocate spectrum in the 2,6GHz band. That’s the view of the mobile

Cut termination rates to zero: Cell C

Cut termination rates to zero: Cell C

Communications regulator Icasa should cut mobile termination rates to zero, Cell C CEO Jose Dos Santos said on Friday. Speaking in a wide-ranging podcast interview with TechCentral (to be published

Interview: Cell C CEO Jose Dos Santos

Interview: Cell C CEO Jose Dos Santos

A national wholesale open-access network, as proposed in government’s ICT policy white paper, is the way to bring down the price of broadband in South Africa. However, the white paper has problems that, if not

TalkCentral: Ep 172 – ‘The next Galaxy’

TalkCentral: Ep 172 – ‘The next Galaxy’

Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg are back for another opinionated slice of technology analysis (plus some politics – it’s been quite a week). In this week’s show: the Samsung Galaxy S8 unveiled

Four mobile networks in SA makes no sense

Four mobile networks in SA makes no sense

Spectrum access and industry consolidation are urgent imperatives if information and communications technology is to be used as an effective tool in assisting South Africa to achieve the growth objectives of

TalkCentral: Ep 171 – ‘Bad movie’

TalkCentral: Ep 171 – ‘Bad movie’

On TalkCentral this week, Ster-Kinekor’s old website allegedly leaked almost 7m users’ account details – we speak to the Durban-based software developer, Matt Cavanagh, who exposed a major security flaw in the

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