Cybersmart new uncapped ADSL prices

Cybersmart has unveiled its new uncapped ADSL prices, which offer the same value at significantly lower rates

February 4, 2013
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Cybersmart has reduced the prices of its existing consumer and business uncapped ADSL products, following similar announcement by Telkom, MWEB and Web Africa.

Cybersmart CEO Laurie Fialkov explained that they decided not to create another product with lower service levels and lower prices – which typically means that existing customers stay on the higher priced products.

“We simply reduced the prices of our existing products and took the financial knock,” said Fialkov.

“It was quite a significant financial knock, but if that is what Cybersmart is required to do to remain competitive and retain customer loyalty, we are glad to do it.

The new prices are effective immediately, and existing Cybersmart customers will automatically be migrated to the lower rates.

Home uncapped ADSL
Speed Account only Bundled account and ADSL access
384kbps R139 R199
1Mbps R175 R295
2Mbps R235 R445
4Mbps R335 R685
10Mbps R595 R895
Business uncapped ADSL
Speed Account only Bundled account and ADSL access
1Mbps R295 R435
2Mbps R545 R825
4Mbps R845 R1,245
10Mbps R1,375 R1,745

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