Rain has signed a roaming agreement with Vodacom to provide gap coverage where it hasn’t yet expanded its mobile network.
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Rain has taken the wraps off its new mobile offering, escalating the fight with bigger rivals Vodacom, MTN and Telkom.
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Exclusive | Wireless broadband operator Rain has sprung to Icasa’s defence in the communications regulator’s legal showdown with Telkom over temporary spectrum.
Rain CEO Willem Roos will step down, Business Day reported on Tuesday, citing a company statement. He will relinquish the role in March 2021.
Wireless Business Solutions, the company that owns iBurst, has finally set out its plans to build a national LTE-Advanced wireless broadband network following the acquisition of the business by a company backed by former top
Communications regulator Icasa has approved the transfer of control of the service and spectrum licences from iBurst and Broadlink parent Wireless Business Solutions to Multisource, a company backed by former top bankers Michael Jordaan and Paul Harris
Telkom has filed an objection at communications regulator Icasa to Multisource’s planned acquisition of iBurst and Broadlink parent Wireless Business Solutions, TechCentral has learnt. Telkom submitted
Communications regulator Icasa has asked for written submissions over the proposed acquisition of iBurst and Broadlink parent Wireless Business Solutions by MultiSource, a company that enjoys the backing of former banking executives Michael Jordaan
The sale of iBurst and Broadlink parent Wireless Business Solutions (WBS) to a company backed by top former bankers Michael Jordaan and Paul Harris is proceeding, subject to regulatory approvals, after the conclusion