The mobile operator has since decided to reduce the price of 30-day prepaid bundles up to 1GB, with the 1GB monthly bundle being reduced to R99
The Competition Commission is making headway in its engagement with mobile network operators on high data prices and the deadline to reduce prices has been extended by a month.
Here are three findings from the report that supports citizens rallying cry for data prices to be reduced.
The Competition Commission has given service providers a two-month deadline to decrease their data prices.
It’s frustrating when you run out of data, right? Follow these easy steps and never go over your monthly mobile data limit again.
Can you really trust the apps on your phone? Do you know exactly what those apps can access? Here’s how to protect your personal data.
The MyBroadband Network Quality Report is based on results from MyBroadband’s Android Speed Test App which were recorded between 1 April 2019 and 30 June 2019. It’s good news for MTN users.
The latest OpenSignal State of Mobile Network Experience report puts South Africa in the lead when it comes to mobile network experience.
In sub-Saharan Africa, there are more people with mobile phones than access to electricity, as people are willing to commute to get a signal and/or charge their phones.
More pennies to enjoy your data for longer.
We have been heard. The Twitter “data saver” option was rolled out on Wednesday night, and it’s great news for South Africans.
Consumers wanting cheaper data costs have seen the tide turn in their favour, as the stimulus package promises us what we’ve always wanted.
Well, we’ve asked, but will we finally receive? The Data Services Market Inquiry will attempt to find out if bundles cost too much.
Electioneering or not, the ANC had some things to say about South Africa’s high data costs.
The ANC says it is focused on improving the lives of students and young people in South Africa.
If you’re on WhatsApp, you’ll need to have a look at this.
A new survey puts Telkom as the slowest of all mobile data providers for 4G speeds.
Sho Madjozi partners with Trace Mobile to bring us data that never expires.
Looks like data has fallen.
ICASA has made a ruling that is sure to come as music to the ears of everyone using a cellphone in South Africa. Data bundles looking a lot more bearable now?
It’s a victory for every South African being exploited by the phone network
South Africans protest the high data and airtime costs… Again!
Progress for the data fight.