Rate your ADSL ISP, win a Samsung Galaxy Tab

Consumers are given a chance to rate their ADSL service provider and say what their ISP can improve

March 14, 2012
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In MyBroadband’s latest survey consumers are given a chance to rate their ADSL service provider and say how their service can be improved to make them happier.

MWEB, Telkom Internet, Web Africa, Afrihost, Axxess, Cybersmart, Internet Solutions, @lantic/Vox and Openweb are all included in this survey. Subscribers of smaller ISPs are also provided an opportunity to comment in a separate discussion thread.

By giving your views you will stand a chance to win a 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab.

To rate your ISP, please select the appropriate link below:

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Tags: @lantic, Afrihost, Axxess, Cybersmart, Headline, internet solutions, MWEB, Openweb, Telkom Internet, Vox Telecom, Web Africa

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