Competitors review Telkom’s softened spectrum stance
Cell C, Vodacom and MTN are unconvinced Telkom’s offer to withdraw its interdict application will hasten issuing of spectrum.
Telkom moots withdrawing spectrum court interdict
The telco is willing to withdraw the interdict application on condition its concerns are addressed before the finalisation of the spectrum auction process.
Accessing education tools through Huawei Petal Search
With Huawei Petal Search, learners can quickly find the numerous zero-rated e-learning websites available.
Fibre operator DFA to retrench employees
Dark Fibre Africa will consult with the affected staff on a range of restructuring options that are expected to be concluded by the end of March.
Vodacom shareholders vote in favour Vodafone Egypt bid
Vodafone, which holds a 60.5% stake in Vodacom Group, was precluded from voting on the approval of the transaction at the general meeting.
Number portability regulations to turbo-charge telecoms sector
The implementation of the non-geographic number portability regulations will stimulate activity and healthy competition in SA’s telecommunications market, say pundits.
Cell C, Vodacom join the fray as spectrum row escalates
The mobile operators say the industry must promote sustainable investment and effective competition, hence the need to free up spectrum urgently.
ICASA consults lawyers on Telkom’s ‘selfish’ court interdict
Telkom’s latest High Court bid to set aside the Invitations to Apply for high-demand spectrum is a narrow and selfish move, says the regulator.
ICASA finally invites operators to apply for high-demand spectrum
After three months of drawn-out negotiations, the wait is over, as the regulator issues the final invitation to apply for the International Mobile Telecommunications spectrum.
Telcos entice with smartphone payment terms
Customers can purchase a smartphone by paying a 10% deposit of the device’s selling price and then pay it off in monthly instalments.
Advent International to buy McAfee for $14bn
A consortium led by US private equity firm Advent International will pay $14 billion for the cyber security firm established by tech entrepreneur John McAfee in 1987.