Mobile & Connectivity
Vodacom spends R8.7bn on network PDF Print E-mail

SA's largest mobile operator has spent R8.7 billion on its network in the year to March in a bid to boost capacity and support revenue growth, and aims to spend at similar levels in the year ahead.

Android 4.0 update for Galaxy SII PDF Print E-mail

Samsung Galaxy SII users can now download the latest Android operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), for their handsets.

Free BIS for 8ta customers PDF Print E-mail

New BlackBerry customers who are 8ta prepaid subscribers will receive a month's free BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) subscription upon activation of the service.

Nokia brings e-books to the Lumia PDF Print E-mail

Lumia users can browse and purchase books written in their native languages in addition to English-language titles.

Android OS hacked at Security Summit PDF Print E-mail

Audience left shell-shocked after data, such as passwords and SMSes, is retrieved from the operating system.

Vodacom reacts to Cell C price cuts PDF Print E-mail

Hot on the heels of Cell C’s announcement of a huge price cut on all its prepaid voice calls, rival Vodacom reacts by launching a similar deal.

Cell C slashes prepaid call tariffs to 99c PDF Print E-mail

South African cellular provider Cell C is launching a new voice product that will slash prepaid call rates by more than 34%.

Cell C slashes broadband prices PDF Print E-mail

Third cellphone operator Cell C has taken its first shot at offering its customers "a much better deal" on data packages.

Wacs to 'unlock power of the Internet' PDF Print E-mail

In addition to adding more than 40% to SA's existing international broadband capacity, last week's launch of the West Africa Cable System (Wacs) also marks an important milestone in Vodacom's "ongoing drive to unlock the power of the Internet".


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