Prices start at R549 per month for 55GB of data.
Starting Africacom 2016 with a bang this morning, Ericsson made three significant announcements aimed at driving cost efficiency, simplicity and accessibility in the sub-Saharan Africa telecoms industry.
Wireless Business Solutions doesn’t have to worry about legacy networks, so it can get straight to bring LTE-A to the country soon.
If you’re taking the Gautrain, and you’re on Vodacom, you may be having a better time connecting to the internet.
The technology operates in the 5GHz unlicensed band, and is ideal for in-building deployments due to its higher capacity.
Ever wondered if a wireless, cellular data connection is good enough for online play? Wonder no more, for we have the answer.
Operator says that unlimited means unlimited. Except for Bittorrent, of course.
To take Telkom up on the offer requires the signing of a 24-month contract, however.
Most of Gauteng is now on the incumbent’s 150Mbps wireless network.
Intel’s tablet chips go next gen with more than the expected boost to some key specs from Cherry Trail.
Which superfast broadband option is the best for you? We’ve got a friendly chart to give you some help.
Superfast broadband over the air hits more houses as Telkom turns on in Joburg, Cape Town and KZN.
Telkom’s FTTH is real, available but is not for the feint of wallet.
Telkom is on the up and up again.
Telkom’s LTE Advanced roll out has begun in Parkview.
Another Galaxy S4 joins the family