Supersonic launches fixed-LTE packages - 120GB for R399

Botha22

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If it was 120GB anytime data. Would of taken it.
There is also 150GB anytime data available.

On a separate issue - "would of taken it" - I see quite a lot of this. Is this use of "would of" a direct translation from Afrikaans/ Xhosa/Zulu?
 

phly

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How would something like this compare to say the old legacy rain fixed LTE?
 

Azg

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"These fixed-LTE SIMs are locked to a single MTN LTE tower, with allowances for home moves and holiday moves only."

Locked to a single tower? That is a worrying restriction. How does it work? The tower nearest your application address, or the tower that you first connect to on sim activation?
 

DXL

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This is a very poor reply from MTN to be competitive.

The standard has been set by Vodacom who normally is very highly priced.

MTN R399 - 60 Gigs ( + 60 Gigs Night ) Vs Vodacom R299 - 80 Gigs ( + 30 Gigs Night )
Whilst i know this 80 Gig offer from Vodacom is no longer available.
However Vodacom R299 - 50 Gig ( + 30 gig Night Allowance ) is available currently.

MTN could have come in at R299 for 80 Gigs + ( 40 Gigs Night )

Telkom and Rain still offer is still better than MTN.
 
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MidnightWizard

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Has there been a "Staff-Writer" comparison of al these latest -- ADSL / Fibre replacement LTE offerings ?
Seems to be the -- flavour of the month lately .........
 

Joseph matane

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When it comes to coverage this is good deal for South Africans, but as far as GB price is little expensive night owl data must be free or unlimited is only 5 to 6 hours daily
 

phex

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Vodafone UK is already offering unlimited 4G & 5G data. What is wrong with SA's mobile operators?:mad:
 
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