Altech Autopage Cellular is close to launching a range of new consumer ADSL products. The company will also launch a range of bundled ISP and GSM products and services.
“The launch of our consumer ADSL offering is imminent and we will soon go to market with a range of consumer ADSL products which will be made available through our national retail channel,” said Altect TC director Deidre Dawson.
“In addition, the market can expect to see some bundling of both ISP and GSM products and services from Altech Autopage, emphasizing again the benefits of this integrated organisation.”
The company has also recently increased their business product range. “We recently launched our 75GB and 150GB Business ADSL packages, and have now extended that ADSL offering by introducing products starting form 10GB at very aggressive price points,” said Dawson.
“We also reduced the pricing of our uncapped business ADSL product to R1,695 (excluding VAT), which is also resold through our extensive business partner channel.”
Dawson said that they have been increasing the capacity on their ADSL network as required to ensure a high level of predictable and consistent performance.
“Through the constant and proactive management of our links and the full redundancy that we architected on building the network, we have ensured that none of the recent cable outages have impacted the experience of our customers,” said Dawson.
“As we continue to scale our base through the merger of Altech Technology Concepts and Altech Autopage Cellular, we are committed to improving on performance, redundancy and product innovation.”
The company’s wireless network is also serving its purpose, said Dawson. “Our wireless network is a higher end business solution where a customer purchases a point-to-point service at a guaranteed speed. It is not a contended service,” said Dawson.
“Speeds start at 1Mb/s, however the 2Mb/s and 5Mb/s solutions seem most popular amongst our customers. This gives the customer the physical connection into the Altech Autopage Data Centre. From that point, based on the business requirements, the customer is either routed directly to the internet or into a VPN branch network.”