It used to be all about voice. Those glorious years are over. Now it’s about data.— Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO
Our packages are data-led propositions.— Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO
People are watching less TV; they’re streaming more.— Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO
Government has left us alone. That has worked very, very well.— Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO
Telkom sold 170 000 prepaid FreeMe bundles in the six months to September.
FreeMe offers customers a data bundle with free voice, WhatsApp calls, text and Wi-Fi.
According to an analysis by Tariffic, the FreeMe packages are the top choice for high data and voice users in South Africa.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko.
Maseko discussed his company’s good results.
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