What broadband service do you use?

What broadband service do you use as your primary connection at home?

  • Fibre

    Votes: 623 43.1%
  • ADSL

    Votes: 352 24.3%
  • VDSL

    Votes: 46 3.2%
  • Fixed LTE

    Votes: 238 16.4%
  • WISP

    Votes: 53 3.7%
  • Mobile Connection

    Votes: 112 7.7%
  • Other

    Votes: 23 1.6%

  • Total voters
    1,447

rpm

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#1
We want to find out what broadband connections MyBroadband’s forum members use at home, and why they selected these connections.
  1. Please vote in the poll about your broadband connection at home.
  2. Please tell us why you selected this broadband connection
Your feedback is really valuable to us.
 

rpm

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#3
We have a 200Mbps Openserve fibre connection at home. The best connection available and fibre is an obvious choice.
 

i.got~issues

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Apr 21, 2011
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#4
VDSL - Fibre not available here yet, not going the LTE mobile type route or slower ADSL. Will go fibre as soon as the optics are laid and lit.
 

alphabyte

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Jun 17, 2008
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#7
Fixed LTE which is for me the most cost effective service that meets my needs.
I'm with CellC, pre-paid, 100GB per annum.
 

atkins

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Sep 15, 2006
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#11
Fibre not available in my suburb. Telkom ADSL Unlimited, combined with phone line the best value-for-money.
 
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#16
ADSL here and that is virtually non existant, keeps on droppingand we are lucky if we get 2.1 download. NO fibre inthe area and no Telkom LTE. CellC might have inthis area. Sezela KZN
 

TheSani

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Apr 11, 2006
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#17
Using HomeCloud - resellers of Telkom packages. Had a great offer at the time and data costs cheaper than most. Hoping to move to Fibre soon.
 

who.dat

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Feb 18, 2010
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#20
I use ADSL because it is the only affordable connection available in my area, no fibre laid yet. LTE is available but expensive compared to ADSL.
 
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