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Candice Jones

ITWeb online telecoms editor

Candice Jones is an online telecoms editor with a focus on telecoms. She loves line speeds that go up and call rates that go down.



AL Indigo lets go of Oracle business

The black empowered business has sold its Oracle unit over to JSE-listed EOH.

Career MovesJun 25, 2010

Google SA still 'head hunting'

The company is on the lookout for a country manager to take over the local office.

WirelessJun 24, 2010

ICASA faces operator standoff

The authority's termination rate regulations are outside of the law, say mobile networks.

WirelessJun 23, 2010

Beware the watchdog

ICASA is about to be given the teeth it needs to snap at the heels of unruly industry players.

BroadbandJun 22, 2010

Telkom files minor price changes

Still no word on uncapped bandwidth, but the company rings in 10Mbps lines.

WirelessJun 21, 2010

Brazil defends digital TV stance

The country has played no part in any corrupt or underhanded dealings in terms of SA's digital TV migration, says the Brazilian minister councillor.

BroadbandJun 18, 2010

Vodacom tests LTE

The mobile operator will want additional spectrum if it wants to roll out a commercial version.

WirelessJun 17, 2010

Over 100 000 numbers ported

Outstripping the slow pace of mobile portability, fixed-line customers port at a fast pace.

Public sectorJun 15, 2010

Tech costs slow Brazil's digital migration

Just over a million of the 53 million Brazilian homes have a digital channel, thanks to high decoder prices, a new study shows.

WirelessJun 11, 2010

Bigger, better networks

After 2010, the telecoms providers will give back millions of rands of investment to SA, while some want to leave a social legacy.

TelecomsJun 10, 2010

Digital TV conspiracy: Is govt lying?

Information surfaces that implicates the Department of Communications in a campaign to stop Africa from implementing DVB.

BroadbandJun 9, 2010

Essentially still a mystery

The communications regulator muddies the essential facilities waters even further, declaring all telecoms facilities essential.