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I bought the November 15 Gig contract from telkom but was never told there is no reseption in Jeffreys Bay. So I have a usless contract for 2 years. What Can I do ?

If it was sold to you within the area that it has no reception, take it back for a refund as it is the sellers responsibility to give good advice.
If you purchased it somewhere else that has good reception and didn't ask the question, you are at fault and there is no comeback on the seller.

Feb 04, 2018 | The Computers & Internet

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Telkom cables are either faulty or stolen, and Telkom refuses to replace the copper cables and refuses to put Fibre Optics in our area.

You might want to consider getting a cellular hotspot device. For example, I use AT&T... I live out in the countryside and there are no hard wired Internet providers in my area. With this device, I can access the internet on AT&T's 4G cellular network. The device alone is $100 and your monthly bill will be determined by whatever GB package plan you feel is necessary for you to do what you need to do with it. Copy and paste link into your browser bar...

Hope this helps.

Feb 01, 2018 | The Computers & Internet

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I have had a land line installed in my new residence in Plettenberg bay Western Cape There is SEVERE crackling noise on the line and can't be used. Please help

Hello, Michael -

First, please use the Edit feature and remove your land line and cell phone number, along with your address and name from the question. All that information will be a gold mine to someone wanting to commit ***** and identity theft.

Then, contact the business/person who installed your land line phone (make a phone call), explain the problem, and ask for a repair technician to come to your home and make whatever repairs are needed.

Best wishes.

Jan 30, 2018 | Lands Phones

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My telkom line, internet and wi-fi have been down since 23 Nov 2017 . I have reported it over two months now, and still nobody from telkom has contacted me or been here to fix the problem.

Did u log a fault on 10210?
Did you get a reference number for the fault log?
In the absence of this reference number you have no proof that it was ever logged. If you do have it, call 10210 again(from any telkom phone..its a free call so even a phone booth will suffice) and request an update using that reference.
If that doesn't work.. visit your nearest Telkom store/office and express your concern in person..

Jan 26, 2018 | Internet Computers & Internet

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Local SA Phone Numbers

00: International access code effective from 16 October 2006 and mandatory from 16 January 2007.
01: The old Transvaal province, currently comprising Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and part of the North West:
010: New overlay plan for Johannesburg011: Witwatersrand region around Johannesburg, currently code for entire Greater Johannesburg012: Pretoria and surrounding towns (also includes Brits)013: Eastern Gauteng (Bronkhorstspruit) and Western and northern Mpumalanga: Middelburg, Witbank and Nelspruit014: Northern North West and Southwestern Limpopo: Rustenburg and Modimolle015: Northern and Eastern Limpopo: Polokwane016: Vaal Triangle: Vereeniging, Vanderbijlpark and Sasolburg, which constitutes an anomaly, since Sasolburg isn't the old Transvaal.017: Southern Mpumalanga: Ermelo018: Southern North West: Lichtenburg, Potchefstroom and Klerksdorp 02: Western and Northern Cape:
021: Cape Town metropole and surrounds, including Stellenbosch, Somerset West and Gordon's Bay022: Boland and West Coast: Malmesbury023: Worcester and greater Karoo, including Beaufort West024: Somerset West (Became 021 in 1996)027: Namaqualand (Northern Cape): Vredendal, Calvinia, Clanwilliam, Springbok, Alexander Bay, Port Nolloth028: Southern region: Swellendam and Caledon / Hermanus region. 03: KwaZulu-Natal:
031: Durban032: KZN North coast region: Verulam, Tongaat, Ballito and Stanger033: Pietermaritzburg and KwaZulu-Natal Midlands034: Vryheid, Newcastle and Northern KZN035: Zululand region: St. Lucia, Richards Bay, Ulundi036: Drakensberg region: Ladysmith039: South coast: Port Shepstone and interior, and Eastern Pondoland (in Eastern Cape) 04: Eastern Cape and eastern parts of the Western Cape:
040: Bhisho041: Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage042: Southern region: Humansdorp043: East London and surrounds044: Garden Route, including Oudtshoorn, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Mossel Bay and George045: Central region: Queenstown046: Southern region: Grahamstown, Bathurst, Port Alfred, Kenton-on-Sea047: Mthatha / most of previous Transkei048: Northern region: Steynsburg049: Western region: Graaff-Reinet 05: Free State and Northern Cape
051: Central and southern region: Bloemfontein, and Aliwal North in E Cape053: Kimberley, eastern part of Northern Cape, far west of NW province054: Upington, Gordonia region056: Northern Free State: Kroonstad057: Northern Free State: Welkom (Goldfields region)058: Eastern Free State: Bethlehem 06: Mostly unused, partially allocated for Cellular use.
0603 - 0605: Cellular: Used by MTN0606 - 0609: Cellular: Used by Vodacom0610 - 0613: Cellular: Used by Cell C0614: Cellular: Used by 8ta (Telkom)0615: Cellular: Used by Cell C0618 - 0624: Cellular: Used by Cell C062: Cellular: Used by Vodacom063: Cellular: Used by MTN064: Cellular: Used by Cell CCellular: Used by Cell C 07: Cellular
0710: MTN (spill-over from 083)0711 - 0716: Vodacom (spill-over from 082)0717 - 0719: MTN (spill-over from 083)072: Vodacom (spill-over from 082)073: MTN (spill-over from 083)074: Cell C (Cell C has allocated 0741 to Virgin Mobile)0741: Virgin Mobile as of June 2006 [6]076: Vodacom (spill-over from 082)078: MTN (spill-over from 083)079: Vodacom (spill-over from 082) 08: Special services
080: FreeCall, Toll-free, called party pays0810: Cellular: MTN0811 - 0815: Telkom Mobile (8ta)0816: WBS Mobile (should be noted that Vodacom and MTN both have terminated SMS interconnect with WBS so SMS messages to/from this number range are /dev/null'ed)0817: Telkom Mobile (8ta)0818: Cellular: Vodacom082: Cellular: Vodacom083: Cellular: MTN083-9 Cellular rates to Telkom lines, reroutes call to a telkom line and pays number owner for received calls084: Cellular: Cell C085: Cellular: USAL license holders - Vodacom and MTN have some prefixes out of this range for their USAL offerings086: Sharecall, MaxiCall and premium-rate services, calls can be routed to regional offices automatically0860: Sharecall Land line callers pay local call, called party pays long distance if applicable0861: MaxiCall caller always pay long distance for call even if routed to local office0862 - 9: Premium rate caller pays increasing rate linked to last digit[7]0862, 0865, 0866, 08673, 08774, 08676: Fax to Email caller always pay increasing rate linked to last digits08622, 086294: Competition lines caller always pay premium rate08671 - 08674: Information services caller always pay increasing rate linked to last digit087: Value-added services (VoIP [1] among others)088: Pagers and Telkom CallAnswer voicemail089: Maxinet, for polls and radio call-in services Note that since 10 November 2006, mobile number portability was introduced in the cellular market. The cellular prefixes as above are therefore not strictly applicable anymore although they remain mostly unchanged.
09: Old international access code no longer in use.
There are still some non-automated exchanges which use longer dialing codes, mostly for 'Farm Lines' and remote areas with operator assisted exchanges.

Mar 17, 2017 | Cell Phones

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I applied for Telkom Wifi. Was told to pay outstanding Telkom account (which I closed in 2007)before I will be approved.

If you owe it pay it.......How would you feel meeting somebody like you and lent them money, Would you want your money back.

Apr 29, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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