Security Complexes and Fibre – You Can Use Telkom Ducting After All

If you live in a “community scheme” such as a residential security estate, you probably access the Internet and make calls via either ADSL or fibre, with the necessary cabling running in underground ducting installed by the developer.

Unless your complex is brand new, that ducting is probably occupied by Telkom’s copper cabling, and in 2017 Telkom won an important case against a Home Owners Association (HOA) which wanted Vodacom to install fibre for it in the existing ducting. That outcome left HOAs and homeowners around the country facing the delay, disruption and cost of having to create new underground infrastructure.

We discuss a recent Supreme Court of Appeal decision reversing that…

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By | 2019-10-03T08:34:58+00:00 October 3rd, 2019|News|0 Comments

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