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An article like this has no business being on Wikipedia - it has zero objectivity.—Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

In response to the above sentance? yeah, but how would you like it if your country was been raped by a corporation.—Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)
Who keeps editing this page to give a glowing reference of Vodacom? Who you working for, huh, huh? Ahhh, Mr Knott-Craig I presume. The simple fact is that Vodacom's excessive prices are hindering South Africa's economy, just like Telkom. No wonder they are in bed with each other! —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)
Please stop inserting personal criticisms into this article. True or false (and I have no idea), they have no place in Wikipedia. Please read Wikipedia's official policy on neutral point of view. This is not a soapbox for arguments in favor or against Vodacom's buisness policies. Those belong on your own private web site, blog, etc., but not on Wikipedia. The page is not a "glowing reference"; in fact, I edited it to remove a paragraph of "marketing talk" about being "a pan-African leader in mobile communications" or similar hype. I don't live in SA, have never been there, am not a customer or employee of Vodacom or any related company, just a Wikipedia editor who wants to keep things evenhanded.—Preceding unsigned comment added by MCB (talkcontribs)
Fair enough.—Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)