MWeb announced late last week that the price of its 10Mbps uncapped unshaped ADSL pricing has been reduced by 50%.
Derek Hershaw, CEO of MWeb ISP explains, "Locally, 10Mbps uncapped ADSL is a premium product and by cutting the price by 50% we're making it possible for more South Africans to move up the broadband value chain to top speed, uncapped internet. Although most of our competitors have some form of throttling on their 10Mbps products, our company does not throttle, which means we can deliver the best possible internet experience to subscribers on our network. At R999 per month, it gives South African internet users value for money."
The product is ideal for, but not limited to, small office networks, downloading of large files and rich media, movies, online gaming, and VoIP calling.
Furthermore, as part of its focus to look for ways to make faster broadband more affordable, the company has also announced that its 1Mbps customers are now able to upgrade their uncapped ADSL data package to 2Mbps, thereby doubling their internet speeds for just R170 more per month. This is in light of Telkom migrating all 1Mbps ADSL lines to 2Mbps lines during August and September 2012.
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