Teta in the Media

Since Teta Mobile Chat’s launch on Friday the 1st of July 2016, we have featured on SAfm on Afternoon Talk with Ashraf Garda, on Power FM, Capricorn FM as well as on Tech5 with Simon Dingle on 5FM.

We have also featured in a few mainstream business and technology news and review publications regionally as well as on The New Age, ANN7, eNCA Moneyline and the eNCA 24Hour TV News channel on DSTV channel 403 across Africa.

Below are a few excerpts and links to those articles.

 

Teta Interview with Sunday Times Business Times
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Local tech entrepreneurs take on WhatsApp

Themba Moyo, 36, and Lisa Phendla, 33, have a plan to build the next big thing in instant messaging, and they’re going to do it by allowing consumers to chat to each other on their smartphones, even if they have run out of data or airtime.

 

 

Teta Interview with Tech Central
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Meet the SA youngsters taking on WhatsApp

Themba Moyo, 36, and Lisa Phendla, 33, have a plan to build the next big thing in instant messaging, and they’re going to do it by allowing consumers to chat to each other on their smartphones, even if they have run out of data or airtime. By Duncan McLeod.

 

 

Teta News in Zimbabwe
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SA based Zimbabwean teams up with South African to create Teta, a zero-rated WhatsApp competitor

Over the past few years instant messaging (IM) has been flooded with services and out of all those services Facebook has emerged as a dominant force with its Messenger platform used by over 1 billion people as well as WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messenger.

 

 

Teta news on the African continent
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Made For Africa: SA Innovators Create Social Media App That Doesn’t Need Data

Teta Mobile Chat, an instant messaging and social media app that allows users to chat with one another, exchange photos and videos without any data or airtime is likely to become a big rival in Africa to WhatsApp, the world’s most popular social media app.

 

 

Teta news article on MyBroadband
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South African WhatsApp competitor with zero airtime messaging

Teta, a new instant messaging app from entrepreneurs Themba Moyo and Lisa Phendla, aims to take on WhatsApp by offering instant messaging that works when you have no airtime, the Sunday Times reported.

 

 

Teta news article on African Business Review
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Teta Mobile Chat to rival WhatsApp with app that runs without data or airtime

Teta Mobile Chat, an instant messaging and social media app, is likely to become a major rival in Africa to WhatsApp, the world’s most popular social media app. Unlike WhatsApp and many other messaging apps, Teta allows users to chat, send and receive files without incurring any form of mobile data charges.

 

 

Teta Interview on eNCA Moneyline
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SA entrepreneurs launch IM app

Johannesburg, 19 August 2016 – It could be Africa’s very own Whatsapp. Well, that’s what the developers of Teta want to happen. By Jody Jacobs.

 

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teta mobile chat tna ann7
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Local WhatsApp Rival

WhatsApp’s local rival Teta Mobile Chat, created in South Africa, allows you to privately chat, share photos and files and meet new people in mobile chatrooms for free if you access the service via the participating mobile network service provider, Vodacom SA. By Indiphile Boyce.