Bonded ADSL service launched by OpenWeb

OpenWeb has launched their own bonded ADSL service offering speeds of up to 16Mbps. The company introduced two bonded ADSL data packages – 30GB at R1,499 and 50GB at R1,999.

Openweb CEO Keoma Wright explained that their bonded ADSL solution uses “VPN technology that can use affordable hardware to reliably bond up to 4 ADSL lines together”.

“We use Netgear routers in order to bond the service, allowing for an affordable bonded ADSL setup,” said Wright. The setup costs are as follows: 2 Lines – R1,710 once off; 3 and 4 Lines – R2,499 once off.

“Our core ADSL bandwidth is on the Internet Solutions network,” said Wright.

Wright highlights that one of the benefits of their bonded ADSL offerings is that it does not require a long term contract.

For a 2 line bonded solution there is no contract (hence month-to-month) while OpenWeb’s 3 and 4 line bonded ADSL service is available on 6 month contracts.

“This service is available nationally. If [customers] have 2 or more ADSL lines, we can bond it for them,” Wright concluded.

OpenWeb’s bonded ADSL service competes against Vox Telecom’s Fishbone solution, Altech Technology Concept’s bonded ADSL services and MWEB Business’ bonded ADSL products.

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