Axxess ADSL bundles launched

ADSL rental and account bundles are now available from Axxess

By - March 21, 2013 Share on LinkedIn
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Port Elizabeth based Internet Service Provider, Axxess announced the launch of its Bundle Services today (20 March 2013).

According to Axxess, this decision follows the huge success of Axxess managing the ADSL lines of their clients.

Axxess said that this is one of the many new products and services that it promised would be launched this year following its recent move and re-branding.

The tables below summarise the prices of the new bundled services from Axxess:

Axxess uncapped ADSL bundles
Account speed Line speed Price
384kbps Up to 1Mbps R269
1Mbps Up to 1Mbps R299
2Mbps Up to 2Mbps R499
4Mbps Up to 10Mbps R689
10Mbps Up to 10Mbps R899
Axxess capped ADSL bundles
Cap 1Mbps ADSL 2Mbps ADSL 10Mbps ADSL
10GB account R299 R399 R499
25GB account R389 R489 R599
50GB account R499 R599 R699
100GB account R799 R899 R999
150GB account R1,129 R1,229 R1,339
200GB account R1,449 R1,559 R1,659
Axxess business uncapped ADSL bundles
Account speed Line speed
1Mbps Up to 1Mbps R399
2Mbps Up to 2Mbps R699
4Mbps Up to 10Mbps R999
10Mbps Up to 10Mbps R1,299

All of these accounts allow a single concurrent connection, and Axxess said that it plans to launch 20Mbps and 40Mbps VDSL bundles soon.

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20Mbps and 40Mbps VDSL prices compared

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