New MWEB fibre to the home prices kick in

MWEB has decreased prices and increased cap sizes on its fibre to the home (FTTH) accounts that run on Vumatel’s infrastructure in Johannesburg.

The service provider announced the changes at the start of December, saying that the new packages would kick in from 1 January 2016.

MWEB said that it noticed an increasing demand for FTTH connectivity in the last 6 months, prompting it to relook its offerings.

It said it has customers in over 50 areas signed up to its FTTH products since launching their offering at the start of 2015.

MWEB will also launch partnerships with Frogfoot and Fibrehoods, in areas such as Constantia, Parkview, Craighall, and Century City.

The FTTH price and cap changes are listed below.

Product Old cap Old price New price
50GB + 4Mbps 20GB R499 R499
100GB + 20Mbps 50GB R699 R699
100GB + 20Mbps 100GB R799 R699
500GB + 20Mbps 250GB R999 R899
200GB + 50Mbps 150GB R999 R899
500GB + 50Mbps 250GB R1,149 R999
500GB + 100Mbps 250GB + 300GB night R1,349 R1,299

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