Openserve cuts wholesale ADSL and fibre-to-the-home prices

Openserve has announced price reductions for its IP Connect (IPC) product, which is used by Internet service providers for ADSL, VDSL, and fibre-to-the-home products.

Depending on the IPC capacity purchased, ISPs can now benefit from price reductions of up to 32%, effective from 1 June 2017.

Prenesh Padayachee, chief of sales and marketing at Openserve, said this forms part of the company’s plan to reduce the cost of communication in South Africa.

“This particular price reduction is effected with the intent to reduce the cost of entry for the smaller players in the broadband resell space,” said Padayachee.

Padayachee said Openserve’s investment in modernising its core network has resulted in greater network capacity.

This increased capacity brings efficiencies to the business and allows the infrastructure provider to “further drive the democratisation of broadband”.

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