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  • Nashua Mobile announced on Monday that the company will be shutting their doors in South Africa (image: file)

    South Africa: Nashua Mobile closes its doors

    April 14, 2014 • Mobile and TelecomsComments Off on South Africa: Nashua Mobile closes its doors

    Nashua Mobile announced on Monday that the company will be shutting its doors in South Africa as a third-party mobile operator, and that their existing subscriber base will be sold off to mobile operators MTN and Vodacom. “Nashua Mobile has not renewed its...

  • Debby Edelstein, CEO of QualityLife Company (image: QualityLife)

    Wired Women’s Conference to focus on rise of dynamic women

    October 2, 2013 • EventsComments Off on Wired Women’s Conference to focus on rise of dynamic women

    QualityLife Company is proud to announce its partnerships with Nashua Mobile and Strate for its third Annual Wired Women’s Conference to be held on 15 October at the Hyatt Regency in Rosebank, Johannesburg. Debby Edelstein, CEO of QualityLife Company says...

  • Movement into Africa on the cards for Orange, Nashua

    June 14, 2013 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments Off on Movement into Africa on the cards for Orange, Nashua

    Following the announcement of a partnership targeting travellers between Europe, Africa and South Africa, French telecommunications services provider’s Orange Horizons and South African mobile operator Nashua Mobile do have plans to service other key...

  • Orange looks to Nashua to broaden local horizons in SA

    June 13, 2013 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments Off on Orange looks to Nashua to broaden local horizons in SA

    Orange Horizons, the business subsidiary of the French telecommunications Group, and South African mobile services provider Nashua Mobile have announced a partnership targeting consumers, particularly locals travelling abroad (specifically to France and...

  • Procrastination, not price, hampers telecoms uptake

    May 14, 2013 • OpinionComments Off on Procrastination, not price, hampers telecoms uptake

    Universal access to the internet in South Africa is no longer being held back by high prices or a lack of education, but by government and regulatory inefficiency. Smartphones and mobile computing devices are getting cheaper and broadband far more affordable....

  • 2012: the year of the smartphone

    November 22, 2012 • OpinionComments Off on 2012: the year of the smartphone

    South Africa’s telecommunications industry has lived through yet another year of growth, change and upheaval, touching lows like the worrying upheaval at Telkom and reaching highs such as the launch of the country’s first commercial long-term evolution...

  • Cell price war gives LCR a new lease on life

    November 6, 2012 • Mobile and TelecomsComments Off on Cell price war gives LCR a new lease on life

    A fierce price war among South Africa’s mobile operators is giving least-cost routing (LCR) a new lease on life by offering businesses of all sizes a range of opportunities to slice national and international call costs. That’s according to Mark Taylor,...

  • LTE in Africa – call it like it is

    November 6, 2012 • FeaturesComments Off on LTE in Africa – call it like it is

    Long Term Evolution (LTE) has moved from concept stage to actual rollout, globally, and in Africa. It does exist. It is an advancement on previous wireless technology standards including GSM/EDGE, HSDPA and HSDPA+, and has been developed and rolled out to...

  • Nashua Mobile’s Xtreme for Android handsets

    October 22, 2012 • Mobile and TelecomsComments Off on Nashua Mobile’s Xtreme for Android handsets

    Nashua Mobile has extended its fixed-cost mobile services Xtreme Data and Xtreme Data Premium to selected Samsung Android handsets in line with its commitment to delivering choice and value to its subscribers. Users who prefer Android smartphones will now be...

  • What LTE means for Africa in the long term

    October 16, 2012 • FeaturesComments (4)

    October 2012 has been a momentous month for South Africa’s mobile industry – or that is what management and staff at local mobile and telecommunication service provider Vodacom are likely feeling. The company has officially launched its Long Term...

  • SA – Nashua Mobile’s Mark Taylor talks strategy

    October 15, 2012 • FeaturesComments Off on SA – Nashua Mobile’s Mark Taylor talks strategy

    Mark Taylor, former Managing Executive responsible for Supply Chain at Vodacare, Online, and the financial services area within Vodacom, has re-taken the reins at Nashua Mobile as CEO. From the company’s head office in Midrand, Gauteng, Taylor explains why...

  • Nashua Mobile launches its own customer app

    July 19, 2012 • Mobile and TelecomsComments Off on Nashua Mobile launches its own customer app

    Nashua Mobile has become the first telecommunications service provider in South Africa to launch a smartphone application for all major handset operating systems that allows customers to interact with Nashua Mobile directly from their mobile phones. The app...

  • Nokia Asha models supported on Nashua Mobile Xtreme Data

    May 2, 2012 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments Off on Nokia Asha models supported on Nashua Mobile Xtreme Data

    Nashua Mobile, the independent telecommunications service provider in the Reunert Group, has added the Nokia Asha 201, Nokia Asha 300 and Nokia Asha 303 to the selection of Nokia devices it supports on its flat-rate Xtreme Data package. The Nokia Asha range...

  • NFC adoption still far in SA’s future

    April 24, 2012 • OpinionComments Off on NFC adoption still far in SA’s future

    South African banks and retailers are likely to be slow to adopt near-field communications (NFC) technology for mobile payments because of the high costs of installing point-of-sale terminals and other enabling infrastructure. That’s the word from Tim...

  • Nashua Mobile launches BIS rival

    March 7, 2012 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments (1)

    Nashua Mobile and Nokia today launched their Xtreme Data package, a direct rival Blackberry’s very successful BlackBerry Internet Solution (BIS). With the Xtreme Data package, users on Nashua Mobile’s network with Nokia mobile phones, will be able to surf...

  • Nashua Mobile appoints new Managing Director

    November 30, 2011 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments Off on Nashua Mobile appoints new Managing Director

    Nashua Mobile has promoted its operations director Chris Radley to the post of managing director with immediate effect. Radley brings a wealth of information and communications technology (ICT) industry experience to his new role. Radley, a chartered...