Fibre Internet service provider Cool Ideas has found that offering uncapped, unshaped broadband reduces the technical challenges it faces as a business.
Security researcher Troy Hunt – who runs Have I Been Pwned? – recently revealed a massive South African database leak.
Webafrica has launched SIM-only deals for the Rain LTE-A network.
Security researchers will release a proof-of-concept attack on the Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) protocol today, which lets attackers eavesdrop on traffic between devices and access points, reported Ars Technica.
South Africa accounted for 0.2% of the total data traffic downloaded from Steam in the past week.
rAge has released the results of its 2017 event, which attracted 35,845 visitors.
The MyBroadband Q3 2017 Broadband Survey shows that fibre subscribers are much happier with their service than ADSL and VDSL customers.
Telkom recently launched an LTE double-data promotion, offering customers double the anytime and Night Surfer data allocations on several packages.
MyBroadband’s Piracy and Streaming Survey for 2017 has revealed that many tech-savvy South Africans subscribe to streaming services.
The highest recorded speed on the MyBroadband Speed Test server in August 2017 was from a Vox user who clocked 1.39Gbps.
Telkom has launched its Big Deal for September.
Webafrica has dropped the pricing of its top-up data for Rain LTE-A packages.
Telkom will launch its new media platform, LIT, on 1 September, offering FreeMe contract subscribers free music and video streaming from selected services.
When it comes to broadband, the “speed” of your line is not always what’s written on the box.
MyBroadband’s July 2017 speed test results show that the highest recorded speed in South Africa was 946Mbps, which came from an Audatex connection.
SEACOM has acquired Cape Town-based Internet service provider and managed services provider MacroLan.
Telkom recently unveiled new uncapped data packages called HOMEunlimited, which include aggressively-priced uncapped products.
Telkom has unveiled new uncapped data packages called “HOMEunlimited”, which will replace its current Do Uncapped offerings.
South Africa’s fibre-to-the-home market is like a gold rush, with companies racing to be first to stake their claims on the most lucrative neighbourhoods and estates in the country.
Openserve, Telkom’s wholesale and networks division, has announced wholesale price reductions on its DSL and fibre broadband services which will kick in on 1 August 2017.