But let's back track a little - why does Reason want to switch providers in the first place? To understand this you need to have followed a story that has dominated news headlines for the last few years: Vodacom vs Nkosana Makate in the battle for the rights to the Please Call Me technology.
After winning a high court battle against Vodacom in 2016, Nkosana has been fighting for his due amount from the cellular network. He's looking for billions of rands in compensation for a technology that Vodacom effectively stole. But they're not paying him anything close to what he is demanding/owed.
Back to Reason - the rapper has been watching all of this keenly and has decided to take a stance. Notably, against the cellular networking giants:
The decision to leave was met with support from many South Africans who applauded the rapper for lending his voice to a key national issue.
As for which network he should chose, the floor was split between Cell C, Telkom Mobile and MTN -- which is a headache in itself.
As long as you can get free Twitter then we are confident you will have made the right choice.
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