Cell C

 
Cellphone costs are a wake-up call
Cellphone costs are a wake-up call
Oddly enough, committing to a two-year cellphone contract is not really an angst-ridden experience for most South Africans.
How to stretch your prepaid airtime buck
How to stretch your prepaid airtime buck
Prepaid airtime is sold in denominations ranging from R2 000 to just R2 in South Africa, where a consumer may be buying just enough airtime to send...
Twitter criticises Cell C CEO's sexist comments
Twitter criticises Cell C CEO's sexist comments
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Cost issues cloud cellphone wars
Cost issues cloud cellphone wars
In South Africa's saturated mobile market, the market's underdog, Cell C, has made a bold move to capture consumers by offering to buy them out of...
All aboard the broadband wagon
All aboard the broadband wagon
PwC forecasts that 72% of South Africans will access the internet through their cellphone by 2018. Will Cell C still be competing in this market and...
Cellphone providers give learners free Wikipedia
Cellphone providers give learners free Wikipedia
"Before I had free Wikipedia on my phone I had to walk far to get to the public library here in Joe Slovo Park to get things to help me with...
Cellphone wars to cause collateral damage
Cellphone wars to cause collateral damage
MTN and Icasa's court case contesting new reduced interconnect call rates is a high-stakes game that is going to leave no one in the cellphone...
Cell C lodges anti-competitive complaint against Vodacom, MTN
Cell C lodges anti-competitive complaint against Vodacom, MTN
Cellphone operator Cell C lodged a complaint on Tuesday with the Competition Commission against MTN and Vodacom for anti-competitive conduct.
Vodacom, MTN face antitrust complaint
Vodacom, MTN face antitrust complaint
Cell C has filed a complaint at the Competition Commission, accusing larger rivals MTN andVodacom of anticompetitive behaviour.
A language consumers understand
A language consumers understand
Take the Sunday Times, for example. In the first 16 pages of news last week, five pages had huge advertisements from CellC, Vodacom and MTN.
Man commits suicide after Cell C retrenchment
Man commits suicide after Cell C retrenchment
Solidarity has demanded that the company halt further retrenchments and consult with unions representing members who could be affected by the...

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