Vodacom uncapped wireless broadband promotion ends soon

The uncapped Broadband Connect Wireless promotion from Vodacom Business, with aggressively-priced 2Mbps to 40Mbps products, will end soon.

By - March 26, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Vodacom’s uncapped Business Broadband Connect Wireless promotion, which was launched on 1 February, will end next week.

The service offers high-speed, business-grade broadband connectivity, unified communications, and hosted applications.

The operator uses Radwin ISM band microwave-based equipment, with bandwidth for the service asymmetrical (upload speed is 50% of the advertised service plan speeds).

Pricing starts at R999 for a 2Mbps service on a 36-month contract, and increases to R4,587 for a 40Mbps service.

The service is available on 12-month and 24-month contracts, and all contracts come with a broadband router.

Vodacom said it will also install all relevant equipment, including an antenna and the router.

A once-off installation fee of R999 applies for speeds of up to 20Mbps, while a fee of R1,999 applies for 30Mbps and 40Mbps lines.

Prices are valid until 31 March 2016.

Vodacom Broadband Connect Wireless Uncapped
Service 12 Months 24 Months 36 Months
2Mbps Uncapped R1,089 R1,020 R999
4Mbps Uncapped R1,219 R1,147 R1,124
8Mbps Uncapped R1,497 R1,419 R1,391
10Mbps Uncapped R1,688 R1,607 R1,575
20Mbps Uncapped R2,781 R2,678 R2,625
30Mbps Uncapped R3,519 R3,401 R3,334
40Mbps Uncapped R4,823 R4,678 R4,587

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