Afrihost will be cutting its Openserve fibre-to-the-home prices from next month, and will also add more capacity to its network.
This follows an announcement by Openserve that it will reduce the price of its IP Connect (IPC) service by 25% from 1 August.
Openserve will also implement speed increases and price reductions across its Openserve Fibre Broadband (OFB) portfolio of wholesale offerings.
“Our 2Mbps and 8Mbps offerings will be upgraded to 4Mbps and 10Mbps respectively. These migrations will occur free of charge,” Openserve said.
Afrihost said all its existing Openserve fibre clients will automatically enjoy the lower prices from 1 August 2017.
“On top of this anyone who signs up for an Openserve Fibre product with us will qualify for free setup, activation, and router,” said Afrihost director Greg Payne.
The company will also use the Openserve wholesale price reductions to add more capacity to its network, which will benefit their ADSL and FTTH subscribers.
Afrihost’s new capped and uncapped Openserve fibre prices are listed in the tables below.
|Afrihost Openserve Uncapped Prices|
|Service||Download Speed||Upload Speed||Price|
|Afrihost Openserve Capped Prices|
|Cap Size||Download Speed||Upload Speed||Price|