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Jul 16, 1999
POTENTIAL satellite users in South Africa cannot take advantage of a specially-reduced phone service from Iridium because the company’s local partner, Iridium Africa, has yet to be granted a licence by the South African Telecommunications Regulatory Authority...
Jun 18, 1999
Members of the South African telecom industry have completed a year 2000 (Y2K) tripartite interconnect test, demonstrating that it should be ‘business as usual’ as the world enters the next century. Three telecom companies – Telkom, MTN and Vodacom...
Apr 16, 1999
South Africa’s telecom industry uses various technologies, such as fixed-wire telephony, cellular telephony, paging, value-added network services (Vans), radio trunking, satellite, the Internet and wireless data, to keep South Africans communicating, explains...
Apr 16, 1999
Telecom provider to Transnet, Transtel might become a legal entity in its own right by the end of the year, Transtel transmission networks CEO Michael Nuttall tells Engineering News. “If we are to become involved in a second fixed-line telecom network, we will...
Feb 19, 1999
Cellular-phone operator MTN is to spend more than R1,2-billion this year as part of its drive to increase capacity and improve its quality of coverage. This investment follows hot on the heels of a previous R1-billion investment which began in June last year, and...
 
 
 
 
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