If you are still using ADSL it is time that you move to fibre. ADSL is an outdated technology and Telkom is phasing out ADSL and VDSL across South Africa.
Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko said the company aims to exit the copper segment entirely in the coming years, which will force ADSL subscribers to get another Internet connection.
Fibre is the logical choice as it offers faster speeds, a more reliable connection, and affordable uncapped packages.
It is perfect for streaming Netflix, ShowMax, and DStv Now, listening to music online, or watching YouTube videos.
Fibre is particularly suitable for families where more than one person is online at the same time, thanks to its higher speeds of between 10Mbps and 1,000Mbps.
While many suburbs have fibre coverage, there are areas where people cannot get fibre, though. In this case. fixed-LTE is a good alternative.
Fixed-LTE is quick to install, provides good speeds, and offers affordable high-data-usage accounts.
The easiest way to move to fibre
Supersonic makes it easy for ADSL subscribers to move to fibre or fixed-LTE, and offers affordable uncapped fibre-to-the-home services throughout South Africa.
It also offers fixed-LTE products over MTN’s award-winning network, starting at only R249 per month.
To find out more about moving from ADSL to fibre or fixed-LTE, complete the form below.
This article was published in partnership with Supersonic.