Browsing: Fibrehoods

South African fibre-to-the-home pioneer Vumatel is receiving constant interest from bigger telecommunications companies wanting to acquire it, but the company is not yet ready to

The number of Telkom digital subscriber line subscribers has declined for the first time ever. Between 1 April 2016 and 30 September 2016, the operator lost 19 714 DSL customers. This went largely unnoticed by the market as Telkom changed

Vodacom has finally announced uncapped plans for fibre-to-the-home broadband across a range of infrastructure providers where it acts as an Internet service provider. The uncapped price plans have been introduced in addition to the existing

In November, I argued that Telkom’s broadband digital subscriber line service had peaked (that was at the half-year mark). Since then, growth has slowed even further and the telecommunications giant is on a knife-edge of

Competition has broken out among telecommunications operators in South Africa as a result of an open-access policy intervention, being the prices which operators pay to access customers on other networks: the call termination rate. Prepaid mobile voice

Johannesburg suburb Melville is jumping on to high-speed fibre broadband as infrastructure player Fibrehoods continues its expansion. The suburb will have access to a 100Mbit/s network in February as the company deploys its aerial fibre broadband programme

MWeb has cut the price of fibre-to-the-home broadband in areas where last-mile fibre specialist Vumatel provides infrastructure. The Internet service provider said on Tuesday that it is also increasing data cap sizes at the same time as cutting prices. Details about

Independent fibre broadband companies’ approach of targeting homeowners’ associations to install their networks took Telkom by surprise, says an official. Fibre broadband providers are moving into suburbs such as Johannesburg to lay high-speed Internet networks that offer faster connectivity than

Fibrehoods, a joint venture between RMB Holdings and Waterfall Investment Company, has announced plans to extend its 100Mbit/s fibre-optic broadband services to more homes in Gauteng

Fibre broadband company Vumatel is ramping up its network as it aims to bring high-speed Internet to thousands more homes. On Monday, it announced that it plans to connect 100 000 homes by 2016 after it started its operations just a year ago in the Johannesburg suburb of