openserve

Openserve Gets Out its Price Chopper (again) for ADSL, Fibre Wholesale Prices

By Staff Writer Telkom's Openserve on Wednesday announced a reduction in IP Connect (IPC) pricing and speed as well as price changes to its Openserve Fibre...

Openserve reduces prices to lower cost to communicate in SA

Openserve, the wholesale division of Telkom, has taken another step in its efforts to reduce the cost of communication in South Africa with further...

SA’s Telkom’s Openserve to peer at NAPAfrica

In another significant move to strengthen customer focus through a more flexible and agile operating model, Telkom Group’s Openserve wholesale and networks division has...

Openserve fibre coming to Pretoria East

  Fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) services is coming to more than 10 000 Pretoria East homes  by end December 2015. By Staff Writer Openserve, the wholesale division of...

Openserve targets townships, rural areas

  Openserve, Telkom’s new wholesale division, is going to launch pilot projects to provide entrepreneurs with an ISP (Internet Service Provider) in a box to...

Telkom launches Openserve

Telkom on Tuesday  launched Openserve, the company’s redesigned wholesale and networks division. By Staff Writer Openserve will be a distinct business unit within the Telkom Group, which...

Is Vodacom’s Yolanda Cuba On The Move Again?

Yolanda Cuba, Chief Officer of Strategy and M&A of Vodacom Group, seems to be on the move again. The former chief executive officer at Vodafone Ghana...

Who is Deon Fredericks? Why Is His Secondment To SAA Important?

Deon Fredericks has been appointed as struggling SAA's interim chief financial officer (CFO) effective from 15 October. Fredericks is on secondment from Telkom - Africa’s...

New Kid in Town: Can Kwesé Play Convince S.Africans to Binge-watch TV?

Every time a new player comes to South Africa to provide video-on-demand (VoD) services there is great fanfare, but with little success so far. The...

No benefits for SA Blacks from R32 Billion Mobile Network Infrastructure Build Cake

South Africa’s big four mobile operators – Vodacom, MTN, Cell C and Telkom – are spending more than R32 billion on network infrastructure upgrade...

Telkom Plans to Build a Multibillion Business that you Haven’t Heard of

Telkom, South Africa’s largest fixed-line telephone group, is moving ahead with the creation of a new entity to complement its new business structure. In April...

Vodacom Extends FTTH Network, Reveals New Price Plans

By Staff Writer Vodacom announced on Wednesday that it has extended its Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH) network through signing new lease agreements with third-party network infrastructure providers...

SA’s Telkom earnings lifted by mobile business

Telkom, South Africa’s biggest fixed-line telephone group, on Monday posted a 12.4% rise in headline earnings per share (HEPS) to 731.4 cents per share...

Vodacom Intro Uncapped Fibre Price Plans

Vodacom has also signed wholesale agreements with another two third-party network infrastructure providers - SADV and Metrofibre Networx.

Telkom is fixing customer mistakes it has been making for years

After years of pervasive complaints about horrible customer service, Africa’s largest fixed-line telephone group — Telkom — is ‘finally’ proving naysayers wrong. By Gugu Lourie Telkom...