In this special edition of the TechCentral podcast, Duncan McLeod chats to three top industry experts, Steve Song, Kerron Edmunson and Mortimer Hope, to unpack Icasa’s invitations to apply for spectrum and the Woan licence.
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The South African government should not get involved in the high-speed mobile broadband spectrum market, warned an international body. “We don’t want a new monopoly. We’ve
The time has come to reduce significantly the roaming fees that networks charge in the Southern African Development Community, says an international body. The SADC member states include South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Angola
Radio and television broadcasters, satellite providers and even radar operators will have to make way for mobile broadband companies if radio frequency spectrum proposals to be put to the International
MTN reaffirmed on Wednesday that it is seeking 5MHz of spectrum between 2,01GHz and 2,015GHz to provide provide mobile broadband services using time-division duplexing technology. But its rivals, Vodacom, Neotel and Cell C – along with would-be operator Smile Communications
Vodacom would like the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) to delay a long-awaited auction of spectrum in the 2,6GHz band. Vodacom regulatory adviser Mortimer Hope says the spectrum