Browsing: Jose dos Santos

News
Cell C launches low-cost Black streaming plans

Cell C has launched a range of low-cost prepaid data bundles to allow users to stream content from its new Black video-on-demand streaming platform, at an in-bundle rate of as low as 1c/MB. Contract subscribers on Cell C’s Pinnacle

News
Cell C chops data prices

Newly recapitalised Cell C is continuing to introduce new products as it fights its bigger rivals for market share, on Tuesday announcing aggressively priced new data packages and promotions, including one option

News
Cell C slashes out-of-bundle data rate to 15c/MB

Cell C is moving to address growing political, regulatory and consumer pressure on the industry over the expiry of data and high out-of-bundle data prices by slashing prices and relaxing expiry rules. The mobile operator, South Africa’s

News
Cell C names new chairman

Kuben Pillay is the new chairman of Cell C, while Larry Nestadt will serve as his deputy, the mobile operator said on Monday. The appointments follow the recapitalisation of Cell C and the purchase by

News
Lycamobile firms up SA launch plans

Lycamobile, one of the world’s largest mobile virtual network operators, has firmed up its plans to launch services in South Africa, piggybacking on Cell C’s network. TechCentral first reported in March that Lycamobile

News
Cell C appoints chief digital officer

Like other mobile operators, Cell C is getting serious about digital business. The company said on Wednesday that it has appointed Nihmal Marrie as chief digital officer to “steer” its “digital transformation” and

News
Cell C’s massive restructuring plan taking shape

Cell C is seeking to cut its debt by 73% as part of a deal that will help South Africa’s third largest mobile phone operator sell a stake to Blue Label Telecoms while retaining its operating licence, according to two people

News
License the 2,6GHz band now: Cell C

Although Cell C supports government’s idea of a national wholesale open-access network (Woan), communications regulator Icasa should not wait any longer to allocate spectrum in the 2,6GHz band. That’s the view of the mobile

1 2 3 10