Telkom ADSL speed boost update

Telkom binary ADSL SA news

Telkom CEO Nombulelo Moholi announced today (19 November 2012) that the 1Mbps to 2Mbps ADSL upgrades are completed, and that the upgrade of 384kbps to 1Mbps will be completed by the end of November 2012.

Moholi further highlighted that Telkom currently has close to 200,000 10Mbps ADSL services installed in the company’s ongoing 4Mbps DSL speed upgrades.

Telkom’s high speed broadband rollout, where services up to 40Mbps are offered, is also going strong.

Moholi said that installation of 53 multi-service access nodes (MSANs) has been completed, and that a high-speed broadband trial using this new network commenced in October.

The Telkom CEO added that around 80% of all ADSL orders are installed within 7 days, and that the company is resolving 85% of billing disputes within 3 days.

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  • online_me

    40Meg, 10Meg, 4Meg, blah blah blah… for 6 months now my 4 meg line has been performing 25% below what I pay for.

  • asb

    It is a lie.My 1MBS has still not been upgraded.

  • Sashchern Pillay

    same with me, i had a 384 performing below 56k speeds since june (first call logged to telkom), now i believe its upgraded to 1mb, but it still performs at 56k , with once a week bursts of 384 speed…..by the way, i have had about 10 technicians dispatched to my house, none of which actually arrived.

  • Professor 777

    Read the article.

    …the upgrade of 384kbps to 1Mbps will be completed by the end of November 2012.

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