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The withholding of spectrum is forcing MTN and Vodacom with their extremely limited spectrum to construct expensive infrastructure in order to make 4G available to South Africans. Picture: Vodacom on Instagram
The withholding of spectrum is forcing MTN and Vodacom with their extremely limited spectrum to construct expensive infrastructure in order to make 4G available to South Africans. Picture: Vodacom on Instagram

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MTN and Vodacom are the country’s first and second best mobile service providers in terms of uploading and downloading speeds and network quality respectively, according to MyBroadband’s latest report.

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