It’s a lot less expensive than the old technology!— Michael Jordaan
A group of well-known business leaders will spend billions of rands over the next few years to launch an extremely fast 5G network.
The group aims to bring fibre-like speeds to home users, side-stepping the trend for fibre-optic connections in South Africa’s wealthier suburbs.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Jan Vermeulen, Senior Journalist at MyBroadband.co.za.
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This will take tens of billions of rand.— Jan Vermeulen
There are a number of battles looming over spectrum in South Africa.— Jan Vermeulen
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