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Telkom to start migrating postpaid fixed-line customers on copper to fibre or wireless

Having migrated 96 percent of prepaid fixed line customers to fibre and wireless, Telkom is now looking at migrating postpaid customers as well.

Telkom’s fixed services drop 8 percent while mobile earnings soar

Telkom welcomed 4.5 million new subscribers to its network for the year ending 31st March 2019.

Telkom announces extended data validity and data transfer service

Starting this week Telkom customers will enjoy extended data validity and the ability to transfer data to other users.

Telkom launches promo voice bundles for FreeMe & FreeMe Family

The all-network promo bundles start at R40, are billed per minute and last for 31 days.

Telkom announces availability and pricing for latest Nokia smartphones

Pricing for Nokia smartphones on Telkom's FreeMe contracts starts at R149 per month.

Mobile plays the hero as Telkom sees fixed-line revenue decline

Revenue from Telkom Mobile is up 47 percent.

Telkom reveals contract pricing for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

Pricing starts at R649 for the Samsung Galaxy S9 at Telkom.

Cell C, MTN, Vodacom and Telkom oppose Icasa proposal to extend data expiry

Data bundles that last for three years are bad for business and consumers say mobile network operators.

Telkom unveils deals for Chinese New Year

Telkom and Huawei have announced eight deals that include handsets and free gifts on FreeMe data-centric contracts

Telkom’s 12 Deals of Christmas come with free gifts

On the first day of Christmas Telkom offered me, a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and a Gear S3.

DStv Now now available on Telkom LIT TV

We guess this means Telkom is Now LIT. We're not even a little bit sorry.

Telkom reports data revenue up 9.7%

Earnings and operating revenue are however lower than the same period last year.

#MTBPS2017: Government to sell part of Telkom shares to cover its spending

Government needs to sell off part f its Telkom shares to cover a R3.9 billion spending shortfall.