Turn cellphone airtime into “South Africa’s cheapest data”

klipdrifter

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#2
Or I can go to my local coffee shop, buy a nice Cappuccino for R19 and enjoy way more than 150mb data over their wifi...
The difference is I get 2 for the price of 1.
 

Gaz{M}

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#3
or you can get Telkom SIM Sonke prepaid sim, recharge with R20 or more get 2GB free wifi for FREE and keep the R20. for R50 you get 10GB.
 

saor

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#4
This surely only makes sense to those few people who regularly find themselves at these particular hotspots. Besides, I'd rather just have the mobile data to use wherever, rather than data I can only use at specific wifi hotspots.
 

Gozzy

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#5
We have always on here at work Campus Bryanston, although it's fast, it can't be used for p2p, also if you have a pnp smartshopper card you qualify for 1.5 GB free pm...
 

phex

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#7
or you can get Telkom SIM Sonke prepaid sim, recharge with R20 or more get 2GB free wifi for FREE and keep the R20. for R50 you get 10GB.
Is it not 2GB for R50 and 10GB for R100? Either way for me Telkom is far better
 
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#9
Is the always on data valid for 1 month only, or indefinite?
Hi @Ecco, thanks for asking.

The airtime that you convert into AlwaysOn WiFi data is valid for 30 days, but we do have the time access packages that don't expire until you use up the time - check them out on www.alwayson.co.za

Give us a shout if you'd like to know more.
 
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