MTN’s fixed wireless unit now covers 3.4-million homes across SA, the company says in a part of its strategy to bring fibre-quality connectivity to urban, township and rural communities with the service called AirFibre.

Rural internet connectivity, or that of areas outside big centres such as Johannesburg, Cape Town or Durban, remains a sore point in SA...

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