Akamai’s Q4 2016 State of the Internet report shows that South Africa’s average mobile broadband speed is slower than Morocco’s, Kenya’s, and Egypt’s.
If you’re having latency problems in multiplayer games, these tips could help you solve your problem.
The first 1Tbps fibre speeds have officially been achieved.
We asked a few of South Africa’s ISPs to explain some of their products which claim to prioritise gaming traffic.
These are the cheapest 1TB ADSL data bundles available in South Africa.
This is how much Fibre is really costing you and your suburb.
For the first time in South Africa, capped ADSL prices have dipped below R1 per GB for standard ISP accounts.
The latest MyBroadband speed test results show which broadband service offers gamers the lowest latency.
AlwaysOn will offer free Wi-Fi access on 27 April, Freedom Day.
Netflix subscribers may be able to download content soon.
Telkom has launched its Big Deal promotion for April, including 15GB of data, an LTE router, and a Huawei tablet.
MWEB is showing off the benefits of FTTH broadband, like a 1Gbps connection, following the announcement that it is focusing on home fibre services.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura promised that Gauteng will reach 100% broadband connectivity by 2019.
Just who offers the best broadband solution in South Africa?
Uncapped ADSL accounts remain a popular way for South Africans to access the Internet, so here is a pricing comparison of prominent ISPs’ uncapped ADSL bundles.
These latest survey results reveal which ADSL service provider received the highest ratings by South African IT professionals and techies.
With services like Netflix making their way into the South African market, Internet users are looking to uncapped accounts to satisfy their data needs.
For ADSL Internet users who want an unshaped and unthrottled experience, a capped package is the way to go. Here are the best local capped deals.
Perhaps the most appropriate DSL guide a South African might need.
Because what’s a line without plenty of data to spare.