New 100GB Neotel prepaid broadband bundle

Neotel has launched two new prepaid data bundles (36GB and 100GB) at very aggressive prices

By - November 20, 2012
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Neotel has launched two new prepaid data bundles – 100 gigabytes (GB) for R2,299 and 36 gigabytes for R1,699. Both these bundles come with a NeoFlex MiFi device.

Neotel explains that the Neotel MiFi device offers the user a personal WiFi hotspot, while the NeoFlex MiFi 36G and NeoFlex MiFi 100G will give consumers access to 36 gigabytes and 100 gigabytes of data respectively for 12 months.

For both offers, Neotel’s prepaid standard rate of 20c per megabyte applies out of bundle.

“The NeoFlex MiFi bundles offer great value and flexibility to consumers by giving them the ability to use their data whenever they choose within a year of purchase,” said Angus Hay, GM of Strategic Business Development at Neotel.

“The portable MiFi device can connect wherever Neotel has data coverage, and allows for five simultaneous connections on your own personal WiFi hotspot, providing reliable connections at a competitive price. ”

“This is a first of a new generation of Neotel data devices that can also work on other 3G networks, by swapping in a SIM card from another provider,” said Hay.

Angus Hay

Angus Hay

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