Here are the areas where you can get MTN’s 100Mbps FTTH

MTN is making progress in rolling out its fibre-to-the-home network, and now covers approximately 10,000 houses.

By - February 25, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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MTN is making progress in rolling out its fibre-to-the-home network, and now covers approximately 10,000 houses.

Devan Chetty, general manager for Core, IP, and Transmission Network Planning and Optimisation at MTN South Africa said they currently have FTTH coverage in 4 estates and 14 suburbs.

“Some have been completed, while others are 90% completed,” said Chetty.

“Those that are complete are already in a process of connecting subscribers, with speeds of up to 100Mbps.”

MTN’s fibre-to-the-home coverage areas are detailed below.

MTN FTTH coverage
Gauteng/Other
Cedar Lakes Featherbrooke
Monaghan Farm Beverly
Lonehill Morningside
Parkmore River Club
Sandhurst
Western Cape
Fancourt Welgemoed
Bakoven Fresnaye
Camps Bay Milpark
Durban
Kloof La Lucia
Port Elizabeth
Walmer

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