If this provides a more rural option, this could be part of the answer to extending the reach to parts of South Africa without access. It certainly sounds like it is a competitive alternative to those who previously could only access the internet through Vodacom or MTN.I am actually considering this because Rain LTE-A is the only service that seems to be available to us in these remote farms. No ADSL or Fibre or anything that fast in these parts and we are not covered or are deemed too far for anything better than 3G. Currently mobile has been the only way to go. I would go as far as putting my money in and betting on this horse. It can only get better and hopefully cheaper.
Will check with our MeteorologistCan the rain come to the South of JHB.