On the back of what MTN claims was “a successful launch of the R5 recharge voucher”, and with the reduction in airtime margins and prepaid tariffs, MTN has launched a new R2 airtime voucher specifically aimed at the need to further lower the denomination of its recharge option by its prepaid customers […]
Following the recent announcement made by the Independent Communications Authority of SA (ICASA), Telkom agreed to decrease IP interconnect rates by 30%. Large scale Internet Service Providers MTN and MWEB were quick to react. Says Edwin Thompson, general manager of Technology and Infrastructure at MTN Business; “œAs IP Connect is […]
MTN Group (MTN) has alerted shareholders to the possibility of a claim being filed by the Turkish mobile phone operator, Turkcell Iletisim AS (Turkcell), in the US federal courts. While the claim has not been served to MTN, MTN understands that a claim has now been filed by Turkcell in […]
According to My Broadband, industry speculation suggests that MTN is getting ready to launch a cheaper internet service for BlackBerry customers with a fair use policy similar to its recently launched smartphone data packages. The more affordable BIS service will be launched in partnership with BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM). […]
Following on the success of MTN’s uncapped Internet promotion, which began in October last year, MTN will permanently increase its maximum speed limits. As from 1 February 2012, users of Uncapped Lite packages will be able to download more, moving from the current (very slow) limit of 128kbps to a […]
This just in. MTN is about to rollout its new high speed LTE network. This is great news in SA’s current very competitive broadband space – but LTE is a newer wireless internet standard which has not been rolled out at this scale in SA yet.