Wi-Fi access provider AlwaysOn intends targeting consumers in lower living standards measures (LSMs) to greatly ramp up the number of people using its services, in the process luring them away from the “more expensive” data plans
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Wi-Fi Internet access is too expensive for it to be free to South Africans, says a national provider. Monday is the global celebration of the inaugural World Wi-Fi Day by the Wireless Broadband
Hotspot network AlwaysOn, which is owned by Internet Solutions, is taking direct aim at mobile networks with the launch of a Wi-Fi calling offer, the company announced late on Wednesday. The service is device and platform agnostic and you
Internet Solutions-owned Wi-Fi hotspot provider AlwaysOn has taken an axe to its prices, albeit on a promotional basis, cutting the price of access to just R29/month for 10GB of data. Though the promotion ends on 31 January 2015, anyone signing up for the promotional deal will get the low price for a year
Internet Solutions (IS) and Symantec have partnered to build a multimillion rand data centre in Johannesburg that will provide hosted data security services across Africa. The companies have declined to disclose the value of the investment. But the new data centre is essentially a replica of Symantec’s own data centres in other parts of the world, says Symantec’s VP for hosted services in the EMEA region, Jesper Frederiksen.