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MTN Stops Free Unlimited Twitter Service Due To “Abuse”

MTN, South Africa’s second-biggest mobile phone operator, announced on its Twitter page on Wednesday that it has cancelled its free unlimited Twitter service.The Telco...

IoT.nxt Crowned as South Africa’s 2017 Top Internet of Things Innovator

A South African innovator in Internet of Things (IoT) technology, IoT.nxt, is the country’s top IoT innovator that uses IoT apps and technology to...

MTN Distances Itself From Parody Twitter Account

MTN, South Africa's second-biggest mobile phone operator, is trying to distance itself from a fake Twitter account that was getting a lot of attention.MTN...

Vodacom Makes R20 billion From Data and adds 3 million new...

Vodacom, South Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator, has added 3 million new customers in its home market and is making more than R20 billion...

MTN South Africa Starts the Year with Solid Sales Growth

MTN, South Africa’s second-biggest mobile phone operator, has delivered strong results to start the year, with solid revenue growth despite a drop in subscriber...

MTN Finally Pulls the Plug on Video On Demand Service MTN...

There is no more MTN VU or FrontRow.MTN, South Africa’s second biggest mobile phone operator, is shutting down its video on demand (VOD) service,...

MTN is Temporarily Changing its Contract Plans, More Data, Double SMS...

MTN, South Africa’s second biggest mobile phone operator, is temporarily shaking its contract plans with a promotion to be known as Twice Your Value.The...

MTN SA, Huawei Launches the First LTE LAA Network in Africa

MTN SA, in partnership with Huawei, successfully trialed Africa’s first LTE Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) network at a test site in Pretoria.LTE LAA is...

Cell C Earns R14.6 billion and Delivers its First Net Profit...

by Staff WriterSouth Africa’s third mobile phone operator Cell C on Tuesday delivered R540 million in net profit for the year ending 31 December...

MTN SA CEO Godfrey Motsa Gets R7.9 million in Shares

MTN, the country’s second-biggest mobile phone operator, has granted R7.9 million worth of shares to the new CEO of its local unit, Godfrey Motsa.The...

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