The Q4 2017 MyBroadband Speed Test app results show that Midstream Estate, Cornwall Hill Country Estate, and Country Lane Estate have the highest broadband speeds in South Africa.
An Axxess fibre-to-the-home subscriber recently contacted MyBroadband regarding the throttling applied on his 4Mbps uncapped account.
Internet Solutions has partnered with Cell C to expand the operator’s LTE services.
Steam has released its latest ISP statistics for its gaming platform.
The launch of LTE-A by Internet Solutions has been a resounding success.
South Africans downloaded 493.3TB from Steam at an average rate of 6.1Mbps last week.
Openserve recently upgraded the upload speeds of its VDSL services.
Cybersmart launched two promotional 400Mbps capped fibre products on Black Friday, and the demand was so high they have been made standard offerings.
The latest MyBroadband Speed Test App data reveals that Johannesburg enjoys the fastest Wi-Fi speeds.
SEACOM has outlined its ambitious plans for 2018, including its plans for investment in fibre infrastructure.
Vox is cutting its Fat Pipe Home DSL prices as part of a festive season promotion.
Cable.co.uk and BDRC Continental have released a new study comparing broadband packages from around the world.
Point Topic has released its Q3 2017 residential broadband tariff report, which shows that South Africa’s entry-level broadband prices are among the best in the world.
Researchers at Dartmouth College have discovered that 3D-printed signal reflectors made out of foil and plastic “drastically improve the wireless signal around a home”.
Telkom has released its group interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2017.
Fibre-to-the-home prices in South Africa have declined rapidly over the past three years.
Data prices in South Africa are coming down, and will drop further in the next three years.
Vox has partnered with SqwidNet to provide customers with connectivity, data analytics, and reporting for Internet of Things applications.
Vox has launched SIM-only LTE-A packages which run on the Rain network.
This week security researchers announced a newly discovered vulnerability dubbed KRACK.