Browsing: Ispa

The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) is pressing communications minister Dina Pule to finalise her policy directions on high-demand radio frequency spectrum, including the “digital dividend” band that will be freed up when SA’s broadcasters move from analogue to digital terrestrial television

The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) has welcomed a recent ruling by the National Consumer Tribunal that cancelled a compliance notice served on MultiChoice by the National Consumer Commission. “The ruling by the tribunal demonstrates that proper compliance with the

The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) is launching a new, member-driven programme in an attempt to root out malicious software infecting the computers of SA Internet users. The project, called iCode, is a voluntary system in terms of which Ispa members will notify customers if network traffic patterns suggest their PCs have

The Independent Communications Authority of SA has been lauded by the Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) for its new regulatory framework governing the licence fees for radio frequency spectrum, which comes into force on 1 April. Ispa regulatory affairs director

Telkom came under fire on Monday as the Competition Tribunal hearing into alleged anticompetitive conduct by the telecommunications company resumed for closing arguments. SA’s fixed-line operator stands accused of abusing its dominance by charging excessive prices; refusing access to an essential facility

The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) has warned the “apparent intention” of the National Consumer Commission to force Internet service providers to carry over prepaid data purchased by consumers for up to three years could drive up

The telecommunications regulator came under attack last week after it published a long-awaited framework on local-loop unbundling. It was accused of, among other things, failing in its mandate. But the truth is it has limited room to move. The Internet Service

The telecommunications regulator is under fire from industry players after it published a framework for local-loop unbundling (LLU) on Wednesday, with one senior regulatory executive accusing it of having “failed to meet its mandate”, “kicking everything into touch” and being

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) will next Wednesday publish the framework in terms of which local-loop unbundling will take place. It will be published in the Government Gazette on 30 November. Publication of the document will precede

The department of communications is moving to wrest control over management of SA’s scarce radio frequency spectrum from industry regulator, the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa), a reading of the Electronic Communications