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So - does uncapped mean uncapped or not? Then the Oxford Dictionary must update the definition of the word...
LucidView Chit-Chat is a product aimed mainly at smartphone users that want IM, some on-device browsing, and social networking.
How about buying 1GB data for yourself? Or look at this thread with the latest MTN data prices: http://mybroadband.co.za/vb/showthread.php/567695-More-Internet-from-MTN-quot-Free-Internet-quot
Or even better, Afrihost Mobile with 5GB/145 10GB/R197.
Is this even 500MB/month?
So I'm paying R200 for this? Works out much much cheaper if I just buy your own data.
Companies should not use the wording uncapped when it is not. False advertising, period. you can not advertise as you want and then expect the costumer to know better.Yep, the age-old debate. But I think the time has come for consumers to start using their common sense as well. You simply cannot expect to pay R199 for uncapped 3G and start torrenting away.
LOL. Did people really think they will get the full Monty for R199 a month?
To be fair to LucidView, they never used "uncapped" to describe their product, but rather "fixed cost".
That said, when the product was first launched it had all the aspects of an uncapped service: fixed cost, no cap (duh) with no traffic expressly disallowed, traffic prioritisation to ensure QoS.
South African networking company LucidView is launching an uncapped mobile broadband product on MTN for a monthly price of R199, Andrew Wilson, head of LucidView recently told MyBroadband.