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2:50
Yesterday

Huawei sues FCC over ban from rural US

The company fights order banning carriers in rural America from tapping the Universal Service Fund to purchase Huawei equipment.

4:30

ANC backs CompCom’s #DataMustFall findings

The governing party urges speedy action to ensure the findings and recommendations on mobile data pricing are implemented.

3:50
Yesterday

Vox seals cable deal with Angola Cables

The move gives Vox remote peering access to the undersea South Atlantic Cable System that links Africa with the Americas.

4:20
Yesterday

New body to demystify space for business in SA

ZASpace, a community of business, government and academic institutions, will explore the benefits of space-based tech.

3:20
Wednesday

MTN disagrees with CompCom’s ‘intrusive’ recommendations

The mobile operator says it will continue to engage and vigorously defend against the recommendations.

3:30

SA narrowly misses ‘very good’ mobile video ranking

Opensignal’s video experience metric shows more mobile users globally now enjoy a ‘very good’ viewing experience.

5:50

CompCom, ICASA headed for #DataMustFall battle

The Competition Commission declares data costs are too high and takes Vodacom and MTN to task, while ICASA maintains data prices are just right.

1:30

SGT Solutions, Siklu partner

Siklu’s solutions are 5G-ready, enabling glass-speed capability over the air, says SGT Solutions.

3:10

Big blow for Vodacom, MTN as CompCom orders data cost cut

The two dominant telcos have been lambasted for having a strong monopoly in the mobile data sector.

1:40

MTN intros remittances app

The telco launches MTN Homeland to enable money and airtime transfers from Europe to Africa and parts of the Middle East.

5:40
Friday

Low subscriber numbers and debt kill Cell C Black

Disappointing subscriber numbers and a poorly executed strategy led to the closure of Cell C’s streaming service, Black.

1:50
29 Nov

Samsung Note 10 sales surpass predecessor

The Galaxy Note 10 proves popular in SA, and Samsung continues to empower youth through its multimillion-rand bursary.