Here are the areas where you can get Vodacom’s fibre-to-the-home

In March 2015, Vodacom released its first commercial fibre-to-the-home products, with prices ranging between R799 per month for a 20Mbps service to R1,799 for a 100Mbps offering.

The monthly service charge includes data, line rental, and customer premises equipment. Installation is free.

Vodacom is also offering three voice packages over its FTTH network: R129 per month for 250 minutes, R229 for 500 minutes, and R499 for unlimited minutes.

The table below provides an overview of Vodacom’s FTTH products.

Vodacom fibre package Fair usage limit (data cap) Monthly charge
20Mbps Silver Package 50GB R799
40Mbps Gold Package 100GB R1,199
100Mbps Platinum Package 200GB R1,799

Vodacom grows FTTH coverage

Since its commercial fibre trials earlier this year, Vodacom has grown its fibre-to-the-home network to numerous suburbs around the country.

Vodacom has installed fibre and is offering FTTH products in Summerfield Estate, Colosseum, Eagle Canyon, Dainfern Valley, Mount Edgecombe, and Woodlands Hills Wildlife Estate.

The company is also installing fibre in various other estates (as shown in the table below), and is taking orders from customers in these areas.

Vodacom fibre-to-the-home coverage
Gauteng/Other
Irene Farm Villiage Meyersdal Eco Estate
The William Eagle Canyon
Bushwillow Park Estate Hillandale
Eagleton Apartments Dainfern North D16
Summerfield Estate Two Rivers Estate
Broadacres Sibiti Reserve
Silverwoods Aquila Estate
Dainfern Valley White River (Mpumalanga)
Woodlands Hills Wildlife Estate (Bloemfontein)
Western Cape
Fernwood High Riding Country Estate
Graanendal Tre Donne Estate
De Wijnlanden Schaapenberg
Colosseum Belaire Estate
Buh Rein Estate Avalon
Hibernian Towers Vredenberg Estate
Boskloof Eco-Estate Croydon Olive Estate
Dennegeur Estate
Durban
Royal Palm Lakes Estate Clifton Hills Estate
Mount Edgecombe (Kindlewood)

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