Cell C said on Tuesday that it has completed the implementation of its roaming agreement with MTN South Africa.
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MTN South Africa’s data prices will tumble when it gets access to new radio frequency spectrum, CEO Godfrey Motsa told the Competition Commission in Pretoria on Thursday.
A redrafted version of the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill will be presented to cabinet by the end of next month, a move that could finally take South Africa a meaningful step closer to awarding new spectrum licences.
In a significant development in South Africa’s telecommunications sector, Cell C has signed a roaming agreement with MTN that will allow its customer’s to roam on the latter’s network. It’s the first time that Cell C will have access
MTN is not shy to pay its newly constituted management team the big bucks, the telecommunications group’s 2017 annual report shows. The report, published on Thursday, reveals that MTN’s new group CEO
Africa’s biggest mobile phone company is doing a spring clean of its empire. MTN Group said on Thursday it’s conducting a review to decide whether it really needs to be in all 22 of its markets across Africa and the Middle
Government must trust the free market to drive down prices and not create a new infrastructure monopoly by giving all unassigned broadband spectrum to a new wholesale operator. That’s the message from MTN
Telecommunications & postal services director-general Robert Nkuna said on Tuesday that government does not want to destroy South Africa’s big telecoms operators, despite strong objections to draft legislation that the
MTN South Africa has cut out-of-bundle data rates to 29c/MB for the poor and all other users will in future pay a maximum of 60c/MB. The reductions offer savings of up to 80%, MTN said. The first of two new pricing tiers will see
MTN South Africa CEO Godfrey Motsa has implored government to release spectrum in the 2.6GHz band, saying the move could cut the price of a 1GB data bundle to R50 overnight. Motsa, who was speaking