The recent investment by Vodacom in KZN sees unconnected areas nine district and 14 local municipalities receive 3G/4G base stations.
Deployed across 21 villages, these Vodacom base stations will provide connectivity in Free State and Northern Cape municipalities.
Globally South Africa ranks 48th with mobile internet speeds averaging 9.93Mbps.
Vodacom also said its 4G/LTE coverage has been expanded to reach 54% of the country’s population.
2G and 3G are set to continue to dominate over 90% of the African mobile industry.
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