Users will be able to access the network at speeds from at least 1GB per second up to a maximum of 10GBps.
The commercial rollout of LTE, commonly known as 4G, to Port Elizabeth, represents another milestone for MTN.
Residents of a Durban suburb are up in arms over the construction of a 25m high cellphone mast in the area.
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Government launches national institute aimed at producing more technology savvy South Africans.
Samsung has unveiled its new flagship smartphone - and the S5 has several features for health-conscious customers.
FCC commissioners will now negotiate new rules that will ensure that network operators disclose exactly how they manage internet traffic.
MTN has agreed to provide its subscribers with access to Wikipedia free of data charges. [VIDEO]
A newly formed coalition of US technology firms and advocacy groups has called for the expansion of wifi.
MTN is to pursue 'legal options' over a plan to halve the rates operators can charge each other to use their networks.
The network will consist of 1 600km of high-speed fibre optics and provide coverage to 95 percent of Gauteng's population.
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