STK South Africa

STK South Africa

About STK STK is a manufacturer from the United Kingdom, that makes smart-phones and mobile accessories. The company was present this year at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona. It has corporate offices based in the United Kingdom, Mexico, India and China, and operates in Central Eastern Europe, Spain, Egypt,Read More …

How to Setup Telkom Netgear Router

How to Setup Telkom Netgear Router

Telkom has a variety of Netgear Routers available on their product list. Below are the settings of a working configuration of a Netgear Router when connected to the Internet: *Note if you need to see the images more clearly – right click on it, and select VIEW IMAGE* First youRead More …

MTN, Vodacom and CellC – Wangari Fraud

MTN, Vodacom and CellC – Wangari Fraud

MTN has advised it users not to return calls to unknown numbers. It appears Vodacom is also affected by the Wangiri Fraud Scam An so is CellC. CellC have gone further than the other two operators, and released a entire statement regarding the Wangiri Fraud:     An international numberRead More …

Vodacom Smart Platinum 7

Vodacom Smart Platinum 7

Vodacom Smart Platinum 7 is the highest offering and top of the range in the Vodacom Family tree. This premium device is immaculately designed, with a metal casing, curved bezels and glass front and rear. Furthermore, It supports LTE, comes with a fingerprint reader mounted at the back and OctaRead More …

MTN enhances festive cheer with data and airtime windfall on Wowza Wednesday

MTN enhances festive cheer with data and airtime windfall on Wowza Wednesday

Today, MTN is bringing a festive cheer to its post-paid customers, who sign up for tariff plans with selected LTE devices. Selected MTN customers, who sign up for a post-paid contract on what MTN has dubbed Wowza Wednesday, qualify to receive 50GB of data bundles and 10 000 minutes per month on packages that come inclusive ofRead More …

Bluetooth Version 5

Bluetooth Version 5

Bluetooth is a wireless technology, that operates on the 2.4 Ghz to 2.485GHz frequency. It’s primary use is for exchange of data between wireless devices such as mobile phones, laptops and digital camera. Initially developed by Ericsson, in 1994 it has reached it 5th iteration as of June 2016, offeringRead More …