Telkom’s rapid mobile growth continues unabated, with the telecommunications group reporting a 36.3% increase in subscribers year-on-year in the quarter ended 30 June 2021.
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Telkom’s mobile business is still flying. In a financial update for the nine months to end-December 2020, published on Monday, the company said service revenue from mobile soared by more than 40% year on year.
Telkom’s mobile data revenue surged 54% in the first half of its 2021 financial year, supported by an 81% surge in mobile traffic. However, it’s fixed-line business contracted sharply.
Less than a week after announcing sweeping cuts to consumer broadband prices, and introducing unlimited “free” on-network calls, Telkom has now reduced communications costs for business customers, too. The new Unlimited Business
Mobile telecommunications helped offset pressures in other areas of Telkom’s business in the third quarter ended 31 December 2015, the company told investors on Monday in a trading and operational update. However, profitability in mobile will take longer
Samsung is the dominant cellphone brand in the minds of urban consumers, according to new research by BMI-TechKnowledge. When asked what handset they would choose in the future, nearly a third of 1 500 survey respondents interviewed in metropolitan areas selected Samsung
Telkom has introduced a range of voice bundles for its mobile subscribers that offer in-bundle calls for as little as 12c/minute. The idea is that once customers have used by their available monthly voice allocation, they can
Telkom on Wednesday launched its “uncapped” 4G/LTE fixed-wireless broadband service, offering “unlimited” broadband Internet access for prices starting at R599/month. An online sale on the Telkom website is offering the packages to customers
With the exception of Cell C, which has shown a small improvement, customer satisfaction with South Africa’s mobile operators has declined since last year, a new research survey has determined
South Africa’s big three mobile operators have taken a “short-term view to satisfy their shareholders” by increasing the price of their post-paid packages, a decision that could come back to haunt them in the longer term. That’s one of the conclusions