Vox launches LTE-A broadband packages with unlimited calling

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Vox has launched SIM-only LTE-A packages which run on the Rain network.

The company has also added a 25GB starter package to its range.

“If you own selective LTE-A routers, you can now subscribe to an LTE-A SIM-only service from Vox,” it said.

“LTE-A SIM-only services are included in the double data promotion until the end of November 2017.”

Unlimited voice

Vox is also offering its uncapped voice service Vobi to customers who take out an LTE-A SIM-only product, for an additional R149 per month.

“Vobi allows you to make unlimited calls from the app on your smartphone to any South African number,” said Vox.

“LTE-A double data and uncapped voice bundles are presently one of the most affordable ways to communicate in South Africa.”

Vox’s LTE-A pricing is shown in the table below.

Package Data Price pm
LTE-A Lite 25GB 50GB R299
LTE-A 55GB 110GB R549
LTE-A 85GB 170GB R799
LTE-A 120GB 240GB R999
LTE-A 220GB 440GB R1,349
LTE-A 330GB 660GB R1,599

Compatible routers on the Rain network are:

  • Huawei B315
  • Huawei B618
  • Huawei B2338 (Outdoor)
  • ZTE MF253
  • ZTE MF283+
  • ZTE MF286

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