Afrihost ADSL users get extended free data use

Afrihost has extended its free after-hours data times for all capped ADSL clients.

By - March 8, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Afrihost has extended its free after-hours data times for all capped ADSL clients. The new times are now 23:30 to 07:30.

This extends the free after-hours data window by two hours from the previous midnight to 06:00.

“All data our clients use and enjoy between 23:30 and 07:30 on any day of the week will not count towards their monthly data cap,” said Afrihost.

Afrihost said users can see how much data they have used for free in their ClientZone or Mobile App.

“This means that not only will all the data of your cap you don’t use in the month roll over to the next month, you can also now enjoy 8 hours a day of free surfing or downloading.”

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