Will you include an option that only select numbers can call, so no spam and only use it to call you, the provider.We are looking at including the extension for free with the fibre service, but then the voip rates will be similar to Telkom call rates. (Is what we are toying with at present) It seems to fit subscribers better.
Well the idea was to limit functionality and drop the price on the extension, that kind of functionality attracts more costs from the providers. But will see, that kind of thing should be supported.Will you include an option that only select numbers can call, so no spam and only use it to call you, the provider.
Sure let me see what I can do, please forward the mail you logged to paul at cisp.co.za@PBCool
Please can you help me. Mitsol finished installing my line on Wednesday (and according to them they have informed you of its activation) and I would really like to be able to start using my fibre this weekend, but your support line won't give me PPPOE details as they say they haven't been notified by Mitsol.
I have logged a ticket via email, but if it is at all possible to have this sped up and resolved before the end of the day I would really appreciate it. I don't even need to wait for your router either as I have a compatible one on hand.
Hi There,Hi PBCool, Vumatel fiber is in the street and there's a connection point on the wall of everyhouse.
If we chose to go with CoolIdeas would Vumatel be the ones to lay fiber from the point on the street into a box inside the house? Once that is done do we contact CI and you bring a router and check the speed on our PCs etc?
Are we billed for fiber from the day the fiber is pulled into the house by Vumatel
Are we billed for fiber from the day IC sets up the router and we "go live" so to speak?
Will there be an account from Vumatel and one from IC or do you combine the two into one monthly charge?
Do Vumatel charge IC for use of the cable and you pass that charge on to customers?
Yeap spot on, Century Connect do a strange deployment where they install a 2011 Mikrotik and vlan the services apart for the DSTV IP service.@PBCool, i see you guys are mentioned as one of the ISPs which will be an option on Century City Connect's infrastructure. They have yet to lay the fibre at the complex I'm at, would your pricing be something along the lines of the following:
Basically R599 p.m for 10mbps through to R999 p.m. for 100mbps?
They plan on installing fibre termination units for DSTV. Are FTUs also required for internet connectivity?
And then over and above that all we need is a router such as the TP Link WR840N / 'TP-Link 300Mbps Wireless N Router' that you guys provide?
Thanks, can you elaborate on why it's a "strange" deployment?Yeap spot on, Century Connect do a strange deployment where they install a 2011 Mikrotik and vlan the services apart for the DSTV IP service.
Yeap router will be couriered to you preconfigured with your account details.