ADSL Price Comparison

Which ISP offers the best entry-level combined-price ADSL service?

By - December 14, 2007 Share on LinkedIn
ADSL Price Comparison

Many ISPs have developed more innovative and affordable ADSL solutions compared to what was available in the market two years ago.

These solutions include Internet Solutions’ 30 GB local usage after the cap, Cypersmart’s CapExtender offerings, Web Africa’s online pre-paid and rollover bandwidth and Axxess’ pre-paid ADSL vouchers.

These new offerings meet the needs of many local ADSL users, but the basic requirements for a broadband service in South Africa remains the same – a cost effective solution giving as much speed and usage as possible.

Here is a basic comparison of what prominent ISPs are offering as entry level DSL384 services.

Combined Price DSL384 Service
ISP Bandwidth International Usage in GB Price
    
Cybersmart SAIX 1 169
SAOL SAIX 1 189
Nashua Broadband Verizon Unshaped 1 195
Gamco SAIX 1 198
Web Africa SAIX 1 199
Telkom SAIX 1 199
MWEB SAIX 1 219
    
SAOL SAIX 2 218
Nashua Broadband Verizon Unshaped 2 255
Telkom SAIX 2 258
Gamco SAIX 2 278
Web Africa SAIX 2 279
MWEB SAIX 2 279
    
Cybersmart SAIX 3 259
SAOL SAIX 3 299
Web Africa SAIX 3 340
Nashua Broadband Verizon Unshaped 3 389
MWEB SAIX 3 399

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