Munsami Naidoo, 86, of Isipingo Beach, said he wanted clarity on whether he would be forced to migrate to wireless, as he felt it would cost him more than he currently pays for his landline.
He said he paid R160 a month for his landline, but this could escalate to over R200 with the migration.
When Naidoo initially got the call about the transition from a Telkom call centre, he was told that the whole country was migrating to wireless and that he had until Saturday to make the change.
“I live in a block of flats with 12 units, but nobody knows about this. There are about eight blocks of flats on my road, and no one else has received calls about this migration, so I’m wondering why me?”...
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