Web Africa unveils home uncapped ADSL service

Web Africa launches uncapped ADSL offering aimed at residential customers, starting at R179 per month

By - November 15, 2011 Share on LinkedIn
Web Africa uncapped ADSL

Today (15 November 2011), Web Africa launched their home uncapped ADSL service aimed at residential broadband customers.

Web Africa’s home uncapped products start at R179 per month for a 384kbps offering while their 10Mbps uncapped service costs R1,699.

The full range of Web Africa uncapped home products is:

  1. Up to 384kbps – R179
  2. Up to 1Mbps – R289
  3. Up to 4Mbps – R599
  4. Up to 10Mbps – R1699

Acceptable Use Policy

Like all other ISPs, Web Africa’s uncapped ADSL product carries an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) which the company said is “designed to protect those who play by the rules”.

Web Africa explains that their home uncapped product uses 6 hour and 7 days rolling windows to ensure “your account keeps running smoothly”.

“If you reach your rolling windows within 6 hours or 7 days, respectively, your maximum download speed will be de-prioritised until your usage falls below your limit again.”

“How much your speed is reduced will depend on how many other users have been de-prioritised, as well as whether we have available capacity on the network.”

The good news is that if there is available capacity, rolling window limits do not apply and subscribers’ speeds will not be affected at all.

Package Time Limit in Gigs
Home Uncapped 384kbps 6 hours 0.305
Home Uncapped 1Mbps 6 hours 0.79
Home Uncapped 4Mbps 6 hours 3.165
Home Uncapped 10Mbps 6 hours 7.91
Home Uncapped 384kbps 7 days 4.25
Home Uncapped 1Mbps 7 days 11.07
Home Uncapped 4Mbps 7 days 44.3
Home Uncapped 10Mbps 7 days 110.74
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