The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) on Thursday slammed communications regulator Icasa’s new call termination rate regime, saying it favours the industry’s larger players.
The Cape Town Internet Exchange (Cinx), an Internet exchange point operated by INX-ZA, has been expanded to a third location in Diep River.
The Films and Publications Amendment Bill raises serious freedom-of-speech concerns and should be rewritten, the Internet Service Providers’ Association said on Thursday. Describing the bill as a “classic example of good
Civil society groups Media Monitoring Africa and the SOS Coalition have blasted government’s plan to create a wholesale open-access network, or Woan, saying in a submission to the department of telecommunications
Government has not given up on a plan to enforce network neutrality rules on South African operators, despite there being no reference to the controversial subject in the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill
The recently published Electronic Communications Amendment Bill proposes that mobile network operators and other vertically integrated telecommunications firms allow Internet…
INX-ZA, which operates important Internet exchange points in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, said on Thursday that is expanding its exchange facilities in the former two cities. The Johannesburg Internet Exchange
The Competition Commission has launched a market inquiry into data services, a move that could result in a big shake-up in the way mobile operators charge for and structure their data plans. The inquiry comes as pressure
The Internet Service Providers’ Association, an industry body that represents many of South Africa’s ISPs, believes regulatory intervention is needed to force operators to open their networks to resellers. That this hasn’t happened
The Internet Service Providers’ Association, an organisation that represents most of South Africa’s ISPs, has accused communications regulator Icasa of “dithering” over intervening in the mobile market to bring down data prices