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Cellular service provider Altech Autopage has pushed back its planned shutdown date, which was originally anticipated for the end of this month. On Friday, the Competition Tribunal approved the sale of Altech Autopage’s subscriber
Altech Autopage’s largest client, Saicom, alleged before the Competition Tribunal on Wednesday that the cost of some of MTN and Vodacom’s cellphone packages have increased by between 400% and 500%. The increases have been
Altech Autopage MD Boyd Chislett has tendered his resignation and will leave the cellular service provider, and the Altron group, at the end of March. Chislett confirmed to TechCentral via telephone on Tuesday that he is stepping down
The sale of Altech Autopage’s subscriber base has been referred back to the Competition Commission, putting into question a planned shutdown date. In September, Johannesburg listed
Next Friday’s ConvergeSA conference, taking place at the Bytes Conference Centre in Midrand and for which TechCentral is media partner, will discuss the idea of zero-cost calling in South Africa. “Zero-cost calling will become a reality and is already available through international voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) on-net services such as Skype
MTN has the most complex post-paid packages among South African mobile operators, while Cell C’s are the simplest to understand. This is the conclusion of Tariffic, a recently launched independent company that analyses and optimises the cellphone spend of high-end consumers