MTN South Africa is going uncapped – not on fibre, but on its wireless network, launching uncapped fixed-LTE plans starting at R499/month in a challenge to rival Rain.
Telkom is taking Icasa to court to try to stop the communications regulator’s planned withdrawal of temporary spectrum at the end of next month.
MTN Uganda’s initial public offering is expected to raise about R18-billion, the country’s Capital Markets Authority said on Tuesday.
A class-action suit has been filed in the high court against Telkom and its insurance provider over claims that Telkom clients were routinely overcharged for insurance.
IHS Holding is looking to raise up to $540-million in a US initial public offering that could value it at about $8-billion, a regulatory filing showed.
The Internet Service Providers’ Association wants Icasa to crack open South Africa’s mobile industry to greater competition.
The regulator has set out a timetable for the licensing of so-called “high-demand spectrum”, saying it plans to expedite the long-delayed process.
The consortium behind the planned 2Africa submarine cable system has announced the project will be expanded further, making it the longest such system ever deployed.
More than 50% of people on Earth are now connected to the Internet via their mobile devices, a new report from the GSMA shows.
Frogfoot Networks, the open-access fibre provider, has acquired the fibre-to-the-home assets of Link Africa Western Cape for an undisclosed sum.