1. Vodacom and MTN charges you way more for data than elsewhere in Africa  CapeTalk
  2. MTN to fight ‘intrusive’ recommendations to cut data prices  BusinessTech
  3. MTN warns it will defend itself against 'intrusive' CompCom plans  TechCentral
  4. Beware of forcing pricing on business  Citizen
  5. Lower data pricing is in line with democracy | The Star  IOL
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There are 142 countries with cheaper data than South Africa. Bruce Whitfield interviews Alan Knott-Craig (Jnr) of HeroTel.There are 142 countries with cheaper data than South Africa. Bruce Whitfield interviews Alan Knott-Craig (Jnr) of HeroTel.

Vodacom and MTN charges you way more for data than elsewhere in Africa

The MTN Group says it has noted the release of the Competition Commission of South Africa’s report on data services in South Africa and is currently studying…The MTN Group says it has noted the release of the Competition Commission of South Africa’s report on data services in South Africa and is currently studying the full findings.

MTN to fight ‘intrusive’ recommendations to cut data prices

“Two of Africa's largest two mobile operators, Vodacom and MTN, have been ordered by the Competition Commission in South Africa to immediately cut their data prices in their home country by a third to half or face prosecution. - @Forbes https://t.co/LZZyYvRfOY”

Toby Shapshak on Twitter: "Two of Africa's largest two mobile operators, Vodacom and MTN, have been ordered by the Competition Commission in South Africa to immediately cut their data prices in their home country by a third to half or face prosecution. - @Forbes https://t.co/LZZyYvRfOY"

Accessing the internet with low data costs should not be considered a privilege, but a right for all citizens.Accessing the internet with low data costs should not be considered a privilege, but a right for all citizens.

Regulatory intervention is the only way that data costs will become affordable to the poor.Regulatory intervention is the only way that data costs will become affordable to the poor.

Regulation the only way to bring down data prices: Arthur Goldstuck