Vodacom has the most expensive standard voice tariffs for prepaid calls, according to a price analysis report released by Icasa.
Regulator Icasa says it has delayed the implementation of new data regulations, pending a court challenge by Cell C.
MTN plans to raise about $500m from the sale of shares in its Nigerian business during the first half of the year.
When a cellphone user finishes their data bundle, the subsequent fees that cellular companies charge on additional data used are exorbitant. This hurts the poor the most.
Although Telkom’s mobile unit is at last profitable, it faces an uphill battle to sustain profitability.
The Public Investment Corporation, which manages the bulk of the pension money of government workers, is in talks with black investors who want to buy a stake in Vodacom.
A disgruntled customer has put up banners in Fochville, Gauteng that criticise mobile network Vodacom’s services in the area.
Mobile operator Vodacom says quarterly revenue has taken a knock after regulator Icasa slashed the fees it can charge other operators for using its network.
Bharti Airtel's first profit fall in three years has put more pressure on the firm to integrate its $9bn purchase of Zain's African assets to cope in a cut-throat market.
MTN’s $750m plan to extend fibre home broadband connections to Iranian cities has been put on hold because of looming sanctions imposed by US President Donald Trump, according to people familiar with the matter.
MTN could cash in from an initial public offering of Africa’s largest telecommunication towers company, IHS Towers, by selling down a stake valued by the wireless carrier at about R27bn.
MTN Group, Africa’s biggest mobile-network operator by sales, says it returned to profit in 2017, recovering from a $1bn fine it paid for its Nigerian business in the prior period.
Mobile network provider MTN has been fined R111.5m ($8.5m) by the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority over non-compliance with licence obligations.
A stake in Vodacom is back up for sale following the collapse of a previous deal in May that was aimed at increasing black ownership of the cellular operator.
A tech start-up that successfully laid down the tracks for mobile payments has evolved into a dynamic business with aspirations to expand its value-added products.
The mobile operator says it has fixed a problem that resulted in customers complaining about difficulties in making calls.
Mobile giants MTN and Vodacom will continue to oppose new call termination rates in court, as regulator Icasa warns on the dangers of an unregulated environment.
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