Telkom could have built 35 new base stations with the money it spent replacing batteries over the last year.
Telkom saw big gains in the mobile side of its business but those were offset by continued and sustained loses in fixed services.
Beware the massive roaming costs though, especially if you travel to Italy.
BrandsEye and Deloitte Africa have released the South African Telco Sentiment Index and it reveals that when it comes to communicating on social media, telcos have a lot to learn.
Icasa is open to settlement discussions with Telkom and eTV but not mediation.
The pair of firms joined forces to create a payment gateway that also serves as a way to help the unbanked.
Existing customers will be getting a speed bump and new customers will find FTTH Home Unlimited Bundles more affordable
Epic gamers, TelkomONE is launching a gaming channel and it needs your content.
The connectivity will insure that the Buy Back Centres will operate their businesses seamlessly with little disruption in their processes.
The Apple iPhone 12 series arrives in South Africa next week.
While Android customers have enjoyed carrier billing for sometime now, Telkom has expanded the offering to Apple users as well.
The national lockdown helped drive up Telkom’s subscribers appetite for mobile data but fixed-services are becoming a weight around the company’s legs.
TelkomONE also features a paid tier that starts at R7 per day.
TelkomONE is set to launch later this year and the firm is calling for local creators to submit their ideas for possible inclusion.
Should customers not yet be serviced by fibre connectivity, Telkom will help customers explore other options.
Forget about the data price, the real thing you want is good coverage.
Telkom reports that fixed voice revenue fell 22 percent and that it’s now hampering the business.
Telkom will be mapping existing customers on capped DSL services to Unlimited Home.