Rain CEO Willem Roos will step down, Business Day reported on Tuesday, citing a company statement. He will relinquish the role in March 2021.
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South Africa’s fifth mobile operator, Rain, is upping the ante with its bigger rivals, offering uncapped 4G/LTE Internet access for R479/month.
Rain has launched a commercial 5G wireless home broadband service, becoming the first telecommunications operator in South Africa to do so.
Data-only network operator Rain said on Wednesday that it has become the first company in South Africa to launch a commercial 5G network.
Rain is prepared to discuss roaming arrangements with any operator, and the company’s agreement with Vodacom is non-exclusive, its CEO, Willem Roos, said on Friday.
Willem Roos is aware of the expectation that he will disrupt the telecommunications industry as much with Rain Mobile, the upstart mobile data company, as he did the insurance industry with Outsurance.
Cell C could be the big winner from new mobile operator Rain’s decision to suspend sales of fixed-LTE products with effect from 1 November 2018.
South Africa’s newest mobile network operator, Rain, appears to be having some serious teething troubles. It has “temporarily suspended” the sale of fixed-wireless 4G/LTE products.
TechCentral’s interview with newly appointed BCX CEO Jonas Bogoshi was the publication’s most popular podcast in June 2018, in what was another record month for downloads. The Bogoshi interview, recorded
Following complaints lodged by Cell C and MTN, the Competition Commission has investigated and cleared wireless broadband operator Rain’s agreement with Vodacom. The two operators lodged their complaints