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AppChat founder John Holdsworth has fired back at Reunert and its subsidiary Nashua ECN, of which he is founder and former CEO, accusing the JSE-listed group of using a lawsuit against him and his new company as an attempt to “prevent fair competition

Nashua Mobile is to offer Nokia handsets with unlimited e-mail, Internet browsing, social networking and instant messaging for a fixed rate of R59/month in a move clearly aimed at Nokia rival Research in Motion, whose BlackBerry smartphones are available on

Nashua Mobile has appointed its operations director Chris Radley to the post of MD with immediate effect. Radley, a chartered accountant, started his career as an audit manager at Coopers & Lybrand. He then worked at Siltek Distribution Dynamics, the largest

JSE-listed technology and telecommunications group Reunert paid R171,9m for privately held ECN Telecommunications, its 2011 financial results show. Of this, R107,8m was in the form of goodwill, which means Reunert attached a fair market value to ECN of R64,1m

Nashua Mobile has become the latest company to jump on the uncapped broadband bandwagon, launching a set of unshaped, uncapped digital subscriber line (DSL) products that are available with or without Telkom line rental included. Each product requires users to sign up for a 12-month

Andy Baker has become the third top executive at JSE-listed technology and telecommunications group Reunert to quit in as many months, following the departure of CEO Nick Wentzel in September and commercial director Gerrit Oosthuizen last month. Baker, who will

The Competition Tribunal on Wednesday morning approved Reunert’s acquisition of ECN Telecommunications without conditions. The Competition Commission earlier assessed the deal and concluded that it was unlikely to lead to a substantial lessening of

Reunert-owned Nashua Mobile is disabling international roaming, calling and call-forwarding functionality on all of its customers’ Sim cards in a bid to prevent fraudsters using stolen Sims to run up bills. The company

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