Broadband

3 things to know about #broadband economy

During our eNitiate Visual Radio show this past Wednesday, I heard of a term that intrigued me. Broadband economy. Yep…when I first heard this I thought “what sort of economy is that?" But before I dive in, I had promised on air that I will...

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Why data bundles expire

Data bundles expire in 30 days and in 60 days, it just depends which cellphone network you are on. It is no secret that South Africans h ate it when bundles expire and most of them don't now how this is possible. A data bundle...

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How you can save 33% in prepaid #mobiledatacosts by just buying from the right channel

I have written a lot on the subject of mobile data costs since 2011. My bone of contention has been and still is South Africa's high cost per meg. I have now also discovered that you may end up paying more for Cell C data...

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Part 2: Why are broadband prices so high in South Africa compared to Kenya?

If you have been following my blog and social media content in the last year, it is clear by now that I am smitten with Kenya due to its ground-breaking ICT sector developments that are spear-headed by mobile technology. I even have a Kenyan mobile...

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Future of South African smartphone market holds promise for mobile advertising

I have published a few smartphone-related posts in recent history. This post builds on that knowledge base, and indicates that South African smartphone owners are more aware of mobile advertising compared to those from India, UK and US....

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Mobile telecom’s “Robin Hood” is at it again

I awarded Cell C a virtual Mobile Consumer Champion medal for their introduction of mobile data price war in late 2010, and I am being proven right again. Telecom's "Robin Hood" has introduced what is billed as the first-ever most competitive prepaid voice rate of...

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