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Cell C chief financial officer Tyrone Soondarjee is stepping down at the end of the month, less than a year after joining the mobile operator. On a wide-ranging call with analysts on Thursday after markets closed, Soondarjee

Thank you for listening to the TechCentral podcast. In this episode, Duncan McLeod talks to Cell C chief strategy officer Robert Pasley and chief legal officer Graham Mackinnon about the Electronic Communications Amendment

Tyrone Soondarjee is set to replace Robert Pasley as chief financial officer of mobile operator Cell C. Soondarjee, who will take over the company’s finance portfolio on 1 July, joins Cell C at a crucial

There’s a nasty sting in the tail of Cell C’s new 66c/minute prepaid calling plan. The operator has quietly introduced an out-of-bundle charge of R2/MB for data on the plan, more than double the 99c/MB it charges on its “99c For Real” prepaid option. An observant TechCentral reader noticed the higher out-of-bundle rate

Cell C this week signalled it will not back down an inch as the price war between South Africa’s mobile operators intensifies. The mobile operator, South Africa’s third largest after Vodacom and MTN, upped the stakes with its bigger rivals by cutting its prepaid rate from 99c to 66c/minute (billed per second) on a promotional basis

Cell C on Tuesday announced new prepaid call tariff of just 66c/minute on per-second billing and also cut the price of three new contract plans to 79c/minute, all on per-second billing. TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod sat down with the mobile operator’s chief

Cell C grew its subscriber base in 2013 by 35%, ending the year with 13,6m customers, the mobile operator said at a media conference in Johannesburg on Tuesday. The unlisted company, which isn’t required to disclose its financial numbers, revealed more

Cell C, the big winner in Tuesday’s publication by telecommunications regulator Icasa of wholesale inter-network call rates for the coming four years, has lauded the authority’s decision to introduce aggressive “asymmetry” that favours it and other smaller