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MTN and #datafree pioneer biNu today announced a partnership that will enable mobile subscribers in South Africa to access websites and apps #datafree. Rather than using their own mobile data to visit and interact with sites or apps, mobile subscribers in South Africa can now have their data paid for by participating digital content and application owners, thanks
Vodacom South Africa said it has extended its rural and deep rural 4G coverage to over 16 million people. Vodacom’s 3G network is now available to more than 97 percent of the South African population in rural areas, with rural 4G population coverage at over 75 percent. Vodacom has helped small black-owned firms to become
Zimbabwe’s pan-African integrated information communication technology solutions company, Twenty Third Century Systems (TTCS), has won another tender in Malawi with a new deal to integrate various solutions for the country’s Revenue Authority. The deal was confirmed this week. Already, the company’s operations in Malawi are running smoothly with the multi-million dollar Integrated Finance Management System
Vodacom said on Thursday that there is no reason to delay the licensing of 5G spectrum in South Africa, arguing that its urgent allocation is needed if South Africa is going to take advantage of the so-called fourth Industrial Revolution. The operator’s group managing executive for technology strategy, architecture and innovation, Nicholas Naidu, said at a