Telkom has partnered with YahClick to offer Internet access and voice-over-IP services to consumers in areas where the company doesn’t have coverage, especially in rural areas.
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Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko earned total remuneration of R23.2-million in the 2019 financial year, down from R27.2-million in 2018, mainly as a result of fewer shares that vested to him in the period.
Telkom is introducing low-cost voice bundles to all of its data-led FreeMe plans, with calls to any local network as low as 30c/minute. The telecommunications operator said on Friday that the promotional
Attila Vitai, the CEO of consumer, mobile and small business at Telkom, quietly left the telecommunications operator at the end of March to return to the UK. He will be replaced in the role by former MTN South Africa
Sweden-headquartered telecommunications and media company Millicom is building a technology incubator in Rwanda to develop digital solutions. The incubator, called “think”, will be located in the capital, Kigali, and will be used to develop “innovative and scalable” businesses in which Millicom will take an equity stake. Potential
The results of the 15th Sunday Times annual top brands survey, conducted by TNS South Africa, show that Vodacom is considered the best mobile operator and that Apple’s iPhone is the most desirable handset among South African business users. The survey looks
The directorate of the Advertising Standards Authority has found in MTN’s favour in a complaint about advertisements by rival Cell C that the larger operator said were disparaging towards its brand. The campaign in question involves Cell C’s 99 Cents for Real radio and
Telecommunications group MTN has announced a major shake-up of executive responsibilities, with a series of new senior appointments at group level and at its key operations in South Africa, Nigeria and Ghana. MTN Ghana CEO Michael Ikpoki has been named as
MTN is joining South Africa’s escalating prepaid price war, taking an axe to its One Rate plan, cutting prices from R1,75/minute to R1,20/minute, or 2c/second, on per-second billing to all networks day or night. The new tariff, which will
MTN is cutting the cost of international roaming for both voice and data for its contract customers. The most notable cuts come for those travelling to certain European countries, where they will now pay R10,66/minute for international calls or calls to SA and 35c/25KB of data. The eligible European countries