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Vast Networks, billed as Africa’s first open-access Wi-Fi infrastructure operator, plans big expansion in the coming years as it looks first to consolidate the networks it’s inherited and then expand

Internet service provider MWeb has suffered a glitch that has impacted its e-mail services on Monday. In a Facebook post at 9.21am, the company said its members are “experiencing e-mail difficulties” and that the company’s “engineers are currently investigating”. The company advised its

Following Telkom’s decision to introduce a wholesale 1Mbit/s ADSL Internet product at less than R50/month, Internet service provider MWeb has debuted an uncapped ADSL solution that costs R79/month. The MWeb product, which excludes ADSL subscription fees and mandatory

It’s fair to say that MTN’s purchase of Internet service provider Afrihost in late 2014 caught most of the industry by surprise. Not because MTN paid more than R400m for half of the business (which no one knew at the time), but because this meant MTN suddenly owned a consumer ISP

Just when everyone thought the price war among Internet service providers had petered out, MWeb, one of South Africa’s largest service providers, has chopped the price of five of its capped broadband ADSL products and nine of its fibre-to-the-home

MWeb Business client services are “now fully restored and operational”, parent Internet Solutions said on Tuesday after a “systems provisioning error” led to a major problem in the company’s virtual hosting environment at the weekend. Clients reportedly lost data

MTN is below par when it comes to customer satisfaction, while Telkom’s mobile arm is a leader among mobile operators, new research purports to show. The South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi) surveyed more than

Telkom’s plans to cut wholesale service prices from 1 May should lead to big savings for consumers on their broadband bills, Internet Solutions MD Saki Missaikos predicts. However, it’s still too early to