Access to Telkom's copper infrastructure is still sought-after by smaller telcos, while bigger players look to alternative technology.
The mobile operator's plans for this year include increased fibre access and the rollout of 42Mbps broadband availability.
Port Elizabeth will be the first city to have access to Cell C's 42Mbps mobile broadband offering as soon as May.
MTN Group chairman Cyril Ramaphosa describes outgoing CEO Phuthuma Nhleko as one of SA's top businessmen.
The mobile operator has registered 81% of its prepaid base and 71% of its postpaid base for RICA.
While MTN's interconnect revenue decreased by 13%, the operator reported a 4% increase in its net interconnect margin.
The operator saw a 49% leap in data revenue across the group's operations, with SA contributing 58% to that total.
Local Apple distributor Core Group drops the price of first-generation iPads, only days after the iPad 2 was unveiled.
The communications regulator gives the broadcaster a licence extension, but is still discussing conditions of the extension.
While demand for mobile TV is growing, the availability of devices required to access it is lacking.
The West African optic fibre cable system upgrades its network for increased capacity and preparation for the IPv6 switchover.
Government will have to re-think its plan to entrench certain rights in its majority shareholding in Telkom.