Unthrottled Titan uncapped ADSL from OpenWeb

OpenWeb has launched its new Titan uncapped ADSL service, offering free access to new subscribers in January

January 6, 2014
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OpenWeb has launched a new uncapped ADSL product, called Titan uncapped, which only shapes traffic when the network is busy.

OpenWeb CEO Keoma Wright explained that the Titan uncapped account will be completely unshaped when the network is not busy. Wright added that these accounts will never be subject to any throttling.

OpenWeb is offering five Titan uncapped accounts:

  • 2Mbps Titan Uncapped – R149
  • 4Mbps Titan Uncapped – R249
  • 6Mbps Titan Uncapped – R299
  • 10Mbps Titan Uncapped – R399
  • 20Mbps Titan Uncapped (VDSL) – R799

OpenWeb has also launched a promotion offering free access for January to all new subscribers that sign up this month via debit order or an auto deduction via credit card.

“Any new client that signs up during the month will not be billed for the rest of January 2014,” said Wright.

Article courtesy of MyBroadband

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