Browsing: Vox Telecom

When Vox Telecom CEO Jacques du Toit, an avid pilot, walks up to his Boeing Stearman, a 1942 biplane used by the US military for training and bombing missions, or up to his more modern, twin-engine Cessna 402, the world around him “switches off”, he says

Privately held telecommunications provider Vox Telecom has taken a knife to uncapped ADSL prices, debuting a new 1Mbit/s offering for R99/month that includes both data and ADSL rental charges. Aimed at cost-conscious home users, the new packages range from R89/month for an uncapped

Following on from the recent promotion of its 100GB “Fat Pipe” package, where it offered bandwidth at half price, Vox Telecom is now cutting the price of its 300GB product to the price of its 150GB plan. The company said on Tuesday that it is reducing

Vox Telecom is acquiring Internet services company Frogfoot Networks as part of its plan to build its own fibre-optic network to serve business clients in South Africa. “The acquisition will see Vox Telecom fast-tracking its own fibre strategy by leveraging the

Privately held telecommunications provider Vox Telecom has launched an uncapped voice product for consumers that have fibre-to-the-home broadband. The product provides unlimited calls to mobile phones as well as national and local

Vox Telecom, whose main shareholders last month decided against selling the company after considering offers from interested parties, now plans to build its own national fibre-optic broadband backbone

Vox Telecom has beaten six other bidders to win a contract from the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) in South Africa to deploy satellite-based Internet access and voice telephony to 300 farmers in areas around the sensitive radio

The Competition Commission has recommended the approval of MTN’s acquisition of a majority stake in Afrihost. It won’t impose any conditions on its support of the deal, it said on Wednesday. TechCentral reported in early June that the

Vox Telecom has acquired Two IT and Computer Initiative (CI), two companies that provide specialist consulting and solutions in Microsoft Dynamics and other business applications. These businesses also have an established regional presence in the Western Cape and Gauteng respectively

There used to be a time when expensive closed-circuit television (CCTV) infrastructure was needed to set up a home surveillance system. In recent years however, the IP camera has taken much of CCTV’s market share. Now anyone with