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Cell C, MTN and Vodacom face to face

The South African mobile service is no longer a game owned by MTN and Vodacom. When my mother called last night with a Cell C number, a loyal MTN user for decades now, and started convincing me to get Cell C (providing proper substantial evidence)…I knew things have changed.

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Disruption of High Call Rates Pending...

The issue of mobile call prices in South Africa is a hot topic for discussion, with few mobile users ever saying they are completely satisfied with the cost of their calls. But could voice prices be slashed when calls are carried over data? Mobile company AppChat plans to do just that, promising reduced mobile call rates once its services are launched.

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The race to LTE roll-out in South Africa still hindered

 The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), our country’s communications regulator, has enough spectrum to go around for mobile operators such as MTN and Vodacom who are ready to implement long-term evolution technology (LTE), but national rollouts are simply not happening.

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