Sea change for telecoms
South African telecoms seems to be in a permanent state of flux. The landing of Seacom and other cables and new providers entering the market all signify dramatic change. But is this all it’s made out to be?
02 December 2009
With the 2010 Fifa World Cup on the horizon and Telkom’s divestment of Vodacom, the telecoms landscape in South Africa is as changeable as ever. From new cables and new players, to carrier pre-select, local loop unbundling and co-location, it seems as if the only predictable thing in this sector is that it won’t be plain sailing.
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