We host a team of 100 skilled and qualified experts.
We have a network infrastructure of over 200 Towers in Limpopo.
We serve more than 15,000 homes with Wireless Internet connectivity
More than 10,000 Business rely on our Internet and VOIP services.
...a smile is not optional.
It is standard !
Charl Bloem is a senior I.T. systems engineer, who has been working in the I.T. environment for the past fifteen years as owner and founder of CB Systems Computer Specialists, very well known to the majority of Polokwane businesses and public audience. Rianda has been managing his ventures for the past ten years.
CapriCom Networks is a proud member of WAPA. Wireless Access Providers’ Association (WAPA), established in 2006, is a non-profit
IRB (industry representative body) acting as a collective voice for independent wireless operators in South Africa.
WAPA's membership is differentiated from other wireless
providers by their focus on using open standard wireless
technologies (Wifi). WAPA offers its members regulatory
advice, a code of conduct, an enforcement process and a forum for sharing knowledge and resolving technical problems.
WAPA’s primary objective is to ensure the sustainability
of the wireless access services market. WAPA facilitates self-regulation of the outdoor fixed wireless
and indoor nomadic wireless industries.
WAPA is positioned to be an interface between the government regulator (ICASA), network operators, service providers and consumers.
As a WAPA member, we subscribe to their Code of Conduct, which contains rules and regulations for providing
wireless services. Consumer complaints about WAPA members
are handled by WAPA’s management committee.
CapriCom Networks is operating legally as a
Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP)
and has the following national ICASA licenses:
- Class Electronic Communications Service License
-Class Electronic Communications Network Service License
ICASA develop regulations for the broadcasting industry, issue licenses to service providers, plan and manage the radio frequency spectrum, and protect consumers against poor-quality services.
ICASA is responsible for regulating the telecommunications, broadcasting and postal industries in the public interest and ensure affordable services of a high quality for all South Africans.
It also protects consumers from unfair business practices and poor quality services, hears and decides on disputes and complaints brought against licensees, and controls and manages the effective use of radio frequency spectrum.
Phone: 015 065 0001 / 015 297 3962 / 015 065 0052 / 015 065 0074
Office Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales Email: email@example.com
Support Email: firstname.lastname@example.org