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ICASA: Cellphone users will soon be allowed to carry over unused data
ICASA: Cellphone users will soon be allowed to carry over unused data
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has announced four new regulations to end-user and subscriber services charters at a...
Icasa regulates in the public interest
Icasa regulates in the public interest
"The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has an obligation to ensure that there is universal broadband provision to...
Critical Thinking Forum: Why are we paying so much for data?
Critical Thinking Forum: Why are we paying so much for data?
In February 2018, Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel made promises that government would prioritise bringing down data costs as...
Cutting data costs a government priority - Patel
Cutting data costs a government priority - Patel
Government will prioritise bringing down data costs as part of developing an economy in line with the fourth industrial revolution, says Minister...
Dump Icasa and the market will force down data prices
Dump Icasa and the market will force down data prices
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYSince the birth of Telkom, South Africans have had a particularly contentious relationship with telecoms companies. At...
#DataMustFall report suggests telcos could be forced to spin off wholesale arms
#DataMustFall report suggests telcos could be forced to spin off wholesale arms
The South African telecoms regulator, Icasa, should “urgently convene a technical colloquium” whose purpose is to determine how to split up...
Telecom statistics are key to socioeconomic development
Telecom statistics are key to socioeconomic development
The International Telecommunication Union, the UN specialised agency for information and communication technologies, is gearing itself for the 14th...
​#DataMustFall – how cellphone giants are milking you
​#DataMustFall – how cellphone giants are milking you
South African cellphone giants are not only charging higher prices for data than those in other developing countries but, in general, they are also...
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...
Smartphones proliferating - but data access creates a divide
Smartphones proliferating - but data access creates a divide
The digital divide is vanishing as the masses embrace smartphones. In its place, we have the data divide.
Netflix dominates UK data, WhatsApp rules Africa
Netflix dominates UK data, WhatsApp rules Africa
Sandvine, a provider of intelligent broadband network solutions for fixed and mobile operators, has released its biannual internet traffic trends...
Vodacom, Naspers partnership may mean more TV on your smartphone
Vodacom, Naspers partnership may mean more TV on your smartphone
Vodacom Group, the wireless operator with the most subscribers in South Africa, is in discussions with Naspers about access to its television...

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