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Telkom’s unlimited movie marathon continues in Newtown

In other things not so normal. Telkom’s Unlimited Movie Marathon is still continuing in downtown Jozi, Newtown at the Sheds in am attempt of setting a new Guinness World Record for the longest time spent watching movies. The current record stands at 120 hours 23 minutes as set by Canada’s Suresh Joachim. He arrived in…

Where to get your iPhone 6s and 6s Plus first on launch

Some people look a little unkindly on the so-called “S” years — those years when Apple updates the iPhone, but doesn’t change how it looks, and then sells that while secretly working on something flashier that will debut 12 months later. I don’t think that’s exactly fair. Those “S” years are when Apple adds some…

OpenServe; Telkom’s new wholesale division

Telkom is shaking up things. In a big way #No8ta. Mzansi’s leading communications service provider earlier today launched Openserve, which it dubs as its redesigned wholesale and networks division. According to the press release (excuse our quotes if you attended the launch event), Openserve will be a distinct business unit within the Telkom Group, “which…

Telkom’s next super fast city is Bloemfontein

Earlier this year, Telkom pledged to rapidly expand its cable broadband across SA. The project, further endorsed by CEO Sipho Maseko, its aim is to offer speedy 100Mbps internet to an extra 500 thousand homes over the next three years. The ctelecoms giant kicked off the project in high density Joburg and Cape Town, and…

Telkom continues with lay-offs, Direct stores to close

In a statement released earlier today, Telkom announced it will proceed with its automatic transfer of staff from its call centre, supply chain and IT environments to new employerson 31 March this comes after unions failed to secure a majority consensus on an additional offer from the company.   Persistent illegal industrial action in the form of “go-slows”…

Openweb intros more affordable ADSL in the cloud

Shortly after introducing Africa’s first bonded ADSL in the cloud, OpenWeb has now launched an even more affordable capped version. This is not a load balancing solution, it’s a true bonded solution where lines are combined to create a fast speed. The bonding takes place in OpenWeb’s 1Gbps cloud which offers superb speeds, redundancy, reliability…

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