Best uncapped ADSL deals

Numerous ISPs have launched affordable uncapped ADSL services recently. We list some of the best deals around.

March 29, 2010
Best uncapped ADSL deals

MWEB surprised the market in mid-March when it announced the launch of its affordable uncapped ADSL services, staring from as little as R219 per month. 

Numerous Internet Service Providers (ISPs) were quick to respond to MWEB’s uncapped packages, launching their own uncapped services and in most cases undercutting MWEB’s pricing.

Prices have dropped to as low as R159 per month for an uncapped ADSL account, clearly showing the impact of competition in the market.

The following table provides an overview of some of the most affordable uncapped ADSL services in the market today:

384 Kbps Uncapped ADSL
ISP Price Upstream provider
MyISP R159 Internet Solutions
Axxess R196 Internet Solutions
Afrihost R197 Internet Solutions
Imagine/Nexus/Snowball R199 Internet Solutions
MWEB R219 MWEB
DigiChilli R300 BCSNet
Screamer Telecoms R399 Screamer
SAINET R449 IPINX
512 Kbps Uncapped ADSL
Afrihost R297 Internet Solutions
MWEB R299 MWEB
Openweb R299 MWEB
DigiChilli R500 BCSNet
Screamer Telecoms R799 Screamer
SAINET R999 IPINX
4 Mbps Uncapped ADSL
MyISP R459 Internet Solutions
Axxess R496 Internet Solutions
Afrihost R497 Internet Solutions
Imagine/Nexus/Snowball R499 Internet Solutions
MWEB R519 MWEB
Openweb R519 MWEB
Screamer Telecoms R2499 Screamer
SAINET R2599 IPINX
DigiChilli R3000 BCSNet

Best uncapped ADSL deals << do you know of any other good deals?

 

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