Watch Telkom show off Boltspeed Fibre with Usain Bolt

Usain Bolt and Telkom have paired up to launch a new commercial for Boltspeed Fibre.

By - February 9, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Usain Bolt and Telkom have teamed up to launch a new TV commercial for the telecom company’s Boltspeed Fibre product.

“Telkom’s partnership with one of the most recognised sporting heroes in the world created an ideal platform to showcase the very best in broadband,” said Telkom.

The new video campaign follows an announcement by Telkom that it will offer 11,000 DSL customers across the country the opportunity to experience Boltspeed Fibre for free.

“Through the trial, DSL customers within Telkom’s fibre footprint are being given the opportunity to upgrade their copper-based connectivity to the more advanced fibre network.”

“These customers will also have the opportunity to test Telkom’s Boltspeed 10Mbps and 20Mbps fibre products, for free, for two months.”

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