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South Africa's Top Telecommunication Companies | List of Telecommunication Companies


Company:Cell C
Profile:Cell C is South Africa’s third cellular provider, after Vodacom and MTN, and the first cellular provider operating a dual band GSM 900/1800 MHz network, with 7,4-million subscribers according to recent reports in Business Day and myadsl. South Africa's third cellular operator is 100% owned by 3C Telecommunications, which is 60% owned by Oger Telecom South Africa, a division of Saudi Oger; 25% owned in an unencumbered holding by CellSAf, (a Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment entity representing over 30 black empowerment companies and
trusts), and 15% by Lanun Securities SA (Lanun is a wholly owned subsidiary of Saudi Oge Ltd).
website: www.cellc.co.za


Profile:Telkom Group Ltd. (NYSE: TKG, JSE:J653) is a wireline and wireless telecommunications provider in South Africa, and operating in more than 38 countries through the African continent. Telkom is a semi-privatised, 39% state-owned company.
website: www.telkomsa.co.za

Profile:Neotel (Pty) Ltd., previously SNO Telecommunications, is the much anticipated second national operator (SNO) for fixed line telecommunication services in South Africa. It was unveiled on 2006-08-31 in Kyalami in northern Johannesburg. Neotel is South Africa's first direct telecommunications competitor to the current telecommunications parastatal, Telkom.The new company announced its business services on 2007-11-15 and its consumer services in May 2008. Its business services include local and international leased line services, as well as a suite of voice, data (VPN), and Internet offerings delivered over its converged, next-generation network. International Transit services for wholesale customers have been available since September 2006. They plan to use wireless broadband technologies, amongst others, which not only allows data transfers but also voice in the form of VOIP.The arrival of a competitor is said to bring competitive pricing in terms of high speed internet (avg. 250 kbit/s to 750 kbit/s CDMA2000), broadband through WiMax, and later high speed broadband (xDSL and Fiber).[6][7] For many years South Africa has had only one telecommunications service, Telkom, which is partly government owned and partly private owned, but now for the first time people will have a choice of telecommunication services.
website: www.neotel.co.za

Profile:Vodacom is a pan-African mobile telecommunications company, and was the first cellular network in South Africa. It provides GSM service to more than 35 million customers in South Africa, Tanzania, Lesotho, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Revenue for the year ended 31 March 2008 was 48.178 billion South African Rand. It was owned on a 50:50 basis by the South African telecommunications group Telkom and the British mobile phone operator Vodafone.On 6 November 2008 Vodafone announced that it had agreed to increase its stake to 65%, and Telkom said that it would spin off its remaining holding by listing it on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Vodacom provides coverage to Mount Kilimanjaro, which used to make it the highest point in the world to be by GSM. It no longer is, as China Mobile now provides coverage at the top of Mt. Everest, the highest point in the world. Vodacom was aided by its optimistic advertisements at the early stages of the democratic South Africa, this includes the yebo gogo campaign which is still in effect today in South Africa. Vodacom is the leading cellular network in South Africa with an estimated market share of 58% and more than 23 million customers.website: www.vodacom.co.za


Company:Gateway Communications
Profile:Gateway Communications own and operate a pan African communications network. They have a carrier services business unit who provide solutions connecting mobile phone and fixed line operators in Africa to each other and to the rest of the world, and a business services business unit that connects large corporations and multinationals working in Africa.Gateway Communications provide satellite cellular backhaul; international and regional voice and mobile broadband solutions to Africa. They sell voice and data services to enterprises in 40 countries in sub Saharan Africa.Bought by Vodacom in December 2008 for US$675m Gateway Communications use satellite, sub sea cable (including SEACOM), wireless and fibre connectivity. The company is now 65% owned by
Vodafone since Vodafone increased its share in Vodacom.They have 21 offices in 17 African countries as well as 4 European countries. Gateway Communications has invested in several sub-sea cables, some of which include SEACOM, EASSy, WACS and SAT3.Gateway Communications owns and operates the largest and most advanced pan-African telecommunications network.Gateway Communications was the first company to invest in SEACOM, which is bringing
1.28 Tbit/s of capacity to the continent.

Company:Virgin Mobile
Profile:Virgin Mobile is a brand used by many mobile phone service providers based in the United Kingdom and operating in Australia, Canada, France, India, Qatar, South Africa and the United States, and briefly in Singapore. The international Virgin Mobile businesses each act as independent entities, usually in a partnership between Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group and an existing phone company. Virgin Group provides the brand, and the phone company operates the network infrastructure.Virgin Mobile was the UK's first Mobile Virtual Network
Operator when it launched in the United Kingdom in 1999.It does not maintain its own network but instead contracts to use the existing network(s) of other providers.
website: www.virginmobile.co.za

Company:Mobile Telephones Network (MTN)



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