SA broadband market must open up, say Fin24 users

2015-11-10 15:58

The government should expand partnerships with the private sector to boost the rollout of broadband in SA, say Fin24 users.

Free Wi-Fi comes to Soweto

2015-04-22 12:11

Connecting the whole of Soweto, south of Johannesburg, to free Wi-Fi is a goal of a non-governmental organisation.

Plane donation helps to fight rhino poaching in Kruger Park

2013-09-05 12:15

Rhino in the Kruger National Park will get additional protection with the donation of a light aeroplane to spot potential poaching activities.

New CEO for Vox Telecom

2013-01-03 12:42

Vox Orion CEO Jacques du Toit has taken over as chief executive of Vox Telecom effective January 1, a report says.

Price breather for internet users

2012-07-20 12:48

Consumer internet service provider @lantic has announced price cuts on data packages suited to both businesses and private households.

Vox chief steps down

2011-02-18 11:29

Vox Telecom CEO Tony van Marken says his departure has nothing to do with sensitive board negotiations and he is leaving for family reasons.


Why only wealthy SA areas get fibre broadband

2015-11-05 14:09

High installation costs for the technology result in it predominantly being rolled out in wealthier suburban areas, says an expert.

Free data offer with Samsung Smart TV

2014-05-19 14:15

South Africans who buy a Samsung Smart television are eligible for one million megabytes of data thanks to a deal between the South Korean company and Vox Telecom.

The age of choice

2013-06-26 06:58

People who can pick their own devices work more efficiently, says Niven Perumal.

Cable broadband 'will survive mobile'

2012-12-13 09:05

Despite the exponential growth in mobile devices able to access the internet, cable broadband still has a future, an industry expert has said.

As predicted

2011-05-05 00:00

The message from Vox Telecom came early. Since 2009 it’s been warning the lowering of interconnection rates in South Africa – the fees network operators pay each other for connecting calls – would impact on its least-cost routing subsidiary Vox Orion.

Ringing the changes

2010-12-23 00:00

SWEEPING CHANGES in its operating environment have changed the game for Vox Telecom. In particular, a change in interconnect regime – referring to the rates telecommunications providers pay to each other for connecting calls – have all but destroyed the market for Vox’s Orion subsidiary, which specialises in least-cost routing services. But Vox saw the change coming and planned for it.

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