The cellular operator plans to take fixed-lines to consumers and businesses, moving in on Telkom's traditional turf.
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The MTN strike is the start of a wave of industrial action against SA's battered operators, says the Communication Workers Union.
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The telco's inability to provide a service will only worsen when more staff exit its employ.
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