Uncapped ADSL prices: What you will pay after speed upgrades

Telkom will upgrade its 1Mbps ADSL users to 2Mbps from the 24th of August 2012, and will increase the speed of 384kbps ADSL subscribers to 1Mbps from 1 October 2012.

Current uncapped ADSL subscribers will have to upgrade their uncapped accounts if they want to experience the higher speeds, and these upgrades come at a cost.

Many Internet service providers (ISPs) have already unveiled their new 1Mbps and 2Mbps uncapped ADSL pricing, which means that users can tell what they will pay after the upgrades.

Telkom’s new prices also kicked in on 1 August 2012, which means that consumers now have to pay a bit more for their ADSL access and analogue line rental.

The following table provides an overview of the new 1Mbps and 2Mbps ADSL pricing.

1Mbps (upgrade from 384kbps)
ISP Analogue line rental ADSL access ISP account Total monthly cost
Openweb 148.37 165 109 422.37
Axxess 148.37 139 196 483.37
MWEB 148.37 0 339 487.37
Web Africa 148.37 150 189 487.37
Cybersmart 148.37 165 179 492.37
Afrihost 148.37 149 197 494.37
@lantic 148.37 165 199 512.37
Telkom 148.37 165 369 682.37
2Mbps (upgrade from 1Mbps)
Axxess 148.37 249 296 693.37
Openweb 148.37 299 249 696.37
MWEB 148.37 0 599 747.37

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