Want 20Mbps or 40Mbps VDSL? Let Telkom know

Telkom wants users interested in their 20Mbps and 40Mbps broadband products to let them know so they can offer it in the right areas

March 14, 2013
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Telkom is encouraging consumers who are interested in the company’s 20Mbps and 40Mbps broadband products to let them know by completing an online form. This feedback will be used to guide the company’s VDSL rollout plans.

Telkom explained that it has launched an “interactive Interest and Demand Register application” specifically for the company’s DSL “up to 20Mbps” and “up to 40Mbps” rollout plan.

“The Interest and Demand Register application will guide the national 20Mbps and 40Mbps rollout by validating the current rollout plan and, where applicable, influencing the priorities of the plan to accommodate customer needs,” said Telkom.

“The tool will identify if the prospective customer is currently in a DSL up to 20Mbps and up to 40Mbps enabled area. If the customer is not within these designated areas, it will capture their interest for future rollout of the higher speed services.”

The register can be accessed via www.telkom.co.za/interest

Source: MyBroadband

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