Promoted | Vox has announced the launch of a double data promotion for contract subscribers of its YahClick satellite services, bringing prices and speed comparable to that of terrestrial wireless alternatives.
Promoted | While a lot is being said about the spread of fixed and wireless network coverage around the country, there is still a vital role for satellite-based Internet connectivity in both urban and rural areas.
A new study by the Business Software Alliance (BSA) has revealed that the commercial value of unlicensed software in Nigeria exceeded US$287m in 2013. It estimates that 81% of the software installed on Nigerian PCs in Nigeria in 2013 was not properly licensed. In the Middle East and Africa, the commercial
Vox Telecom, which recently introduced a satellite-based Internet service in SA called YahClick in partnership with Middle Eastern company YahSat, plans to launch a portable version of the product early next year. The product will consist of a terminal, called YahClick Go, and will be aimed at organisations and businesses
Wholesale Internet access provider Sat-Space Africa has launched a new product it hopes will drive up Internet penetration in rural areas. Its Satellite Hot Spot product, launched last week, allows entrepreneurs in outlying areas to buy and resell uncapped Internet connectivity in increments of an hour. Connectivity, which is
Vox Telecom, in conjunction with satellite company Yahsat, has launched satellite broadband services for the African market under the YahClick brand, with prices starting at R163/month. Yahsat, or the Al Yah Satellite Communications Company, is a private company fully owned by