Telecommunication

South Africa has a well-developed communication infrastructure, with extensive landline phone networks and three mobile phone service providers, with far-reaching coverage. The leading network technology is 3G. It is fully digital, allowing for caller line identification, electronic call answering and per second billing. This technology is also used by some Internet Service Providers to provide fast Internet connectivity. This facility is available in most hotels and lodges.

Furthermore, Internet caf├ęs abound in several parts of the city. You may rent mobile phones (cell phones) from the airport upon your arrival or you may come along with your mobile phone and buy a SIM card.

The public telephones are either coin or card-operated. Phones and SIM cards can be purchased at certain stores, post offices, and at the airport. The SIM cards are as cheap as R2 and airtime vouchers are obtainable at the following rates for the different networks: MTN (R15-R60), Vodacom (R29- R250) and Cell C (R5-R50).

Please visit any of the following links below to view telephone directories that you may require.
www.phonebookonline.co.za
www.yellowpages.co.za