Afrihost and Axxess have launched the cheapest ADSL services ever seen in South Africa, with entry-level bundles coming in below R100 per month.
South African Internet service providers are preparing to launch a new, low-cost ADSL service.
Telkom has launched two new ADSL offerings, including a new service which is cheaper than anything South Africa has seen before.
MWEB recently launched a new “400GB” capped ADSL data bundle for R399 per month. Here is how it stacks up against other ADSL products in the market.
MWEB has launched a limited-offer high-end capped ADSL bundle.
ADSL routers are often not secure devices, and can be hacked.
Afrihost was forced to amend its advertising after an ASA complaint claimed that its DSL “fixed IPs” offer was misleading.
Afrihost is giving free ADSL data to users testing its Afrigreen proof of concept network.
Recent statements from MTN South Africa CEO Mteto Nyati suggested that Afrihost may have to rethink its prices.