Telkom slashes uncapped ADSL prices

Telkom Internet will lower the prices on its uncapped offerings effective 1 February 2013

January 24, 2013
Telkom uncapped ADSL

Telkom announced today (24 January 2013) that it will reduce its consumer uncapped ADSL products by up to 40% and will cut the price of its business uncapped products by up to 35%.

This price cut follows the recent announcement from Telkom that its capped customers who reach their internet cap will no longer be limited to local data. In future they will now also be able to access international sites – albeit at a slower speed.

“Our focus remains on maintaining a quality experience whilst also exploring new and innovative ways to deliver even more value to our customers,” said Manelisa Mavuso, managing director of Telkom Consumer Services and Retail.

He pointed to the removal of day-time restrictions on consumer products as a prime example of enhanced customer value.

Brian Armstrong, managing director of Telkom Business, added that their Internet products for business customers now offer improved performance for business traffic.

He highlighted that the value added services on business uncapped offers have been improved. More advanced business features are planned for the coming months.

The new pricing benefits new and existing customers.

ISP stand-alone account Account Speed Current stand-alone price New stand-alone  Price Current Bundle Price New bundle price
do Uncapped Basic Up to 1 Mbps account R219 R199 R349 R329
do Uncapped Advanced Up to 2 Mbps account R369 R249 R579 R459
do Uncapped Premium Up to 4 Mbps account R699 R369 R1,029 R699
do Uncapped Premium Plus Up to 10 Mbps account R1,399 R699 R1,699 R999
* All prices include VAT, and bundle prices exclude consumer line rental
Business Uncapped Usage only ADSL Port TBiz Uncapped Bundle Included in Bundle Bundle Price
Standalone Usage Standalone Price Access Speed Standalone Price
Business Basic R359 (was R420) 1Mbps R165 TBiz Basic Uncapped Sophisticated VAS* R595
Business Advanced R639 (was R895) 2Mbps R299 TBiz Advanced Uncapped Sophisticated VAS* R995
Business Premium R1299 (was R1695) 4Mbps R425 TBiz Premium Uncapped Sophisticated VAS* R1,795 (was R1,995)
Business Premium+ R2,399 (was R3295) 10Mbps R425 TBiz Premium+ Uncapped Sophisticated VAS* R2,895 (was R3495)
*All prices include VAT, and bundle prices exclude business line rental
*Sophisticated VAS includes greater value in email accounts linked to a .co.za domain, hosting space and tools to get your business website off the ground.

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