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The Competition Tribunal has given the green light to Altron subsidiary Altech Autopage to sell its subscriber bases to respective service providers, namely MTN, Vodacom and Cell C. While the Competition Commission recommended

The Competition Tribunal found on Thursday that a 2013 deal between the SABC and MultiChoice that would give the pay-television company the right to air two of the public broadcaster’s

Altech Autopage’s largest client, Saicom, alleged before the Competition Tribunal on Wednesday that the cost of some of MTN and Vodacom’s cellphone packages have increased by between 400% and 500%. The increases have been

Altech Autopage MD Boyd Chislett has tendered his resignation and will leave the cellular service provider, and the Altron group, at the end of March. Chislett confirmed to TechCentral via telephone on Tuesday that he is stepping down

Vodacom acquisition target Neotel must table a roaming offer to all mobile operators interested in access to its spectrum before the two parties return to the Competition Commission to seek approval of the newly restructured deal. This follows a pre-hearing meeting at the

The sale of Altech Autopage’s subscriber base has been referred back to the Competition Commission, putting into question a planned shutdown date. In September, Johannesburg listed

Vodacom will no longer acquire Neotel’s spectrum. Instead, the mobile operator has agreed that Neotel will offer a “roaming agreement” to all the mobile network operators. The surprise development comes after Vodacom and Neotel asked the

The Competition Commission has recommended to the Competition Tribunal that the sale of Altech Autopage’s subscriber bases to mobile operators Vodacom, MTN and Cell C be approved without

Something significant transpired on Friday last week that prompted South Africa’s largest telecommunications operator, Vodacom, to review the structure of its acquisition of Neotel, a

Neotel chief corporate services officer Tracy Cohen has resigned. News of her resignation comes on the same day that Vodacom announced that it was in talks with Neotel and its shareholders – led by India’s Tata Communications – about a “revised transaction