cellphone operators

 
Icasa’s quality of service and cross-border divisions: ensuring quality access
Icasa’s quality of service and cross-border divisions: ensuring quality access
As the regulator, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has the responsibility to assign spectrum on the frequency...
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...
Telkom and MTN team up with shared networks
Telkom and MTN team up with shared networks
The heads of agreement explains that the parties intend to conclude network management services and reciprocal roaming agreements, whereby MTN...
Web in your hand, world at your feet
Web in your hand, world at your feet
Five years ago, Zimbabwe was a technology back­water where SIM cards were sold on the black market and the internet was a luxury. But now...
'lllegal workers case is a non-story'
'lllegal workers case is a non-story'
Telecommunications conglomerate ZTE Corporation has dismissed as a "non-story" claims that it is using illegal Chinese immigrants to deliver a...
Misleading, maybe, but C4 yourself
Misleading, maybe, but C4 yourself
Cell C has emerged as the most cost-effective wireless broadband provider overall in an independent survey, throwing down the gauntlet to its...
How cell companies rip you off
How cell companies rip you off
Until the telecommunications regulator signs off on a new code of conduct for cellphone operators, consumers will continue to be nailed
Cellphone operators respond
Cellphone operators respond
Richard Boorman, Vodacom's spokesperson, says that the company didn't object to the draft handset subsidy regulations on the basis of transparency...
Cellphone companies, Icasa agree on more transparency
Cellphone companies, Icasa agree on more transparency
Mobile communications firm MTN said on Thursday that the council of the Independent Communication Authority of South Africa (Icasa) had accepted...
Cellphone companies meet Icasa over complaints
Cellphone companies meet Icasa over complaints
Cellphone companies were meeting the Independent Communication Authority of South Africa's (Icasa) council on Wednesday to discuss consumer...
Cell C users up 34%, earnings down
Cell C users up 34%, earnings down
South Africa's third-largest wireless firm Cell C reported a 34% jump in subscriber numbers in 2008, but its earnings fell in a tough market...
Vodacom's profitable divorce
Vodacom's profitable divorce
Vodacom's release from the dead hand of Telkom early next month could see billions of rands unlocked and give the economy and shareholders' pockets...

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