MWEB has announced that it will be slashing its 10Mbps uncapped ADSL pricing by R1000 per month. The company will also be introducing a new 2Mbps uncapped ADSL service.
MWEB has slashed the price of its 10Mbps uncapped ADSL product from R1,999 per month to R999 per month.
“Locally, 10Mbps Uncapped ADSL is a premium product and by cutting the price of our offering by 50% we’re making it possible for more South Africans to move up the broadband value chain to top speed, uncapped Internet,” said MWEB ISP CEO Derek Hershaw.
“Although most of our competitors have some form of throttling on their 10Mbps products, MWEB does not throttle, which means we can deliver the best possible Internet experience to subscribers on our network. At R999 per month, 10Mbps Uncapped Unthrottled ADSL gives South African Internet users exceptional value for money.”
MWEB has also introduced a new 2Mbps uncapped ADSL service for R369 per month. This is in light of Telkom migrating all 1Mbps ADSL lines to 2Mbps lines during August and September 2012.
“At R369 per month, our 2Mbps Uncapped ADSL data package is excellent value. As with all MWEB Uncapped ADSL offerings, the 2Mbps product is unthrottled which means our customers can utilise their uncapped connection without being slowed down by policies like rolling windows, or time-based throttling,” said Hershaw.