I think we all knew which company is going to romp home with the dubious honour of South Africa’s worst internet service provider.
Insiders have spoken out about Cell C’s severe financial challenges, and it doesn’t look good at all for the service provider
Another day, another customer screaming into the void while Telkom continues to drop the ball. You’re not alone.
There are three things we can count on in this world – death, taxes, and awful service from Telkom.
South Africa’s slowest – and undoubtedly the worst- cellphone data service has been revealed. Take a look at who walked with this dubious distinction.
More and more folks are turning to WhatsApp calls these days, but how much money are you really saving?
Telkom aren’t known for their top notch customer service, and it appears that they drove this woman to breaking point.
It’s not going to come as news to many that Telkom doesn’t run like clockwork, but a number of customers are complaining about some particularly underhanded dealings.
What do we want – faster internet. When do we want it – now. Well for some folks out there that’s about to become a reality.
Usain Bolt doesn’t come cheap, which is why we hope Telkom can deliver on some rather lofty promises with their new ad campaign.
Although South Africa has quite a few cellphone networks, there’s one that definitely stands out and we have the graphs to prove it.
South Africa’s high rollers are providing fibre broadband to the wealthy areas, because, well, money.
Oh look. Another day, another exciting video of a South African getting held at gunpoint. They’re getting more and more hi-res which is great. Soon to be in 3D… Hopefully never in ‘real feel’.
Ah, Telkom. Ye of expensive phone calls and monopoliser of all the internet lines in all of the land it seems. You did VERY well at the Telkom Knockout Cup.
Think about that for a second. TWO WEEKS. One thing I must say is they are very good at telling me on Twitter Direct Message that the issue has been ‘escalated’ and it ‘needs to be resolved,’
Come yesterday, the South African wireless telecommunications provider Telkom is being charged with a doozy. According to Mail & Guardian, the group has to pay R200 million in administrative penalties. This is after the Competition Tribunal found evidence to substantiate that Telkom is abusing its power as the leader of telecoms facilities in the country. […]
Finally! The Competition Tribunal today fined Telkom R449 million for “abusing its dominance in the telecommunications market between 1999 and 2004.” The fine followed a decade-long investigation into the company’s practices. This immediately affected their JSE activity as well, with the share price falling this morning by 16c to R17,89.
Cell C’s Alan Knott-Craig Senior says he’s not surprised by the Cabinet’s decision to turn its nose up at a proposal from Korea Telecom to buy a 20% stake in Telkom. Why: because in the past, foreign companies have let South Africa down. He says governments, especially in developing countries, have to be involved in telecommunications penetration.
Some of you might have heard your friends moaning about their 2oceansvibe surfing experience – saying that the site is “down.” You’re not alone, inter-galactic superhero, John Smit was having the same problem. But now it’s all fixed and he is 2oceansvibing again. Why? Because there is a settings problem occurring for people surfing on […]