MTN is bullish about gaining a bigger share of the home internet market using fixed wireless connections and technologies such as 5G to compete with fibre after falling behind on delivering fixed access to homes and businesses in recent years.

As the internet continues to proliferate in SA and across the world, more consumers and businesses are looking for fast, reliable options for internet connectivity...

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