Cool Ideas slashes uncapped FTTH prices

Fibre service provider Cool Ideas has cut the pricing of its uncapped services that run on Vumatel’s network.

By - February 19, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Cool Ideas has cut the pricing of its uncapped fibre-to-the-home services that run on Vumatel’s network.

Most notably, the company said it has dropped the price of its symmetrical 100Mbps service from R2,699 per month to R1,599.

It has also reduced its 50Mbps symmetrical account from R1,499 to R1,099, and its 100Mbps/10Mbps service from R1,999 to R1,499.

The new pricing is listed below. All accounts are uncapped and unshaped.

Prices include a free router, and Vumatel’s monthly line rental fee. No connection fee is applicable, and subscribers do not have to sign a contract.

Cool Ideas FTTH on Vumatel Price Download speed Upload speed
Cool 4/1 R599 4Mbps 1Mbps
Cooler 20/2 R799 20Mbps 2Mbps
Very Cool 20/20 R899 20Mbps 20Mbps
Super Cool 50/5 R999 50Mbps 5Mbps
Ultra Cool 50/50 R1,099 50Mbps 50Mbps
Sub Zero 100/10 R1,499 100Mbps 10Mbps
Sub Zero 100/100 R1,599 100Mbps 100Mbps

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