Web Africa uncapped ADSL prices slashed

Web Africa has reduced its home uncapped ADSL prices by up to 32%, undercutting many other uncapped products in the market

February 3, 2013
Web Africa ADSL

Web Africa has slashed the price of its uncapped ADSL prices by up to 32%, following a move of all its ADSL traffic to Internet Solutions’ (IS) backbone.

In addition to the uncapped ADSL price reductions, Web Africa is also planning to bundle roaming access to WiFi into their ADSL offering.

Internet Solutions has access to the most significant network of broadband hotspots in South Africa, and is busy extending this network along with other wireless technologies,” said Web Africa CEO, Tim Wyatt–Gunning.

“In time, we plan to bundle roaming access to WiFi into our ADSL offering in a bid to meet the shifting demands of an ever more mobile consumer base.”

Wyatt–Gunning added that Web Africa is committed to ensuring that the internet is accessible to South Africans, and that offering competitive pricing is just one way of doing that.

“Further price reductions can be expected across our other products in the next few months,” said Wyatt-Gunning.

Web Africa home uncapped prices
Speed Old price New price Monthly saving
1Mbps R189 R179 R10
2Mbps R299 R239 R60
4Mbps R499 R339 R160
10Mbps R999 R699 R300

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