The MyBroadband Q3 2017 Broadband Survey shows that fibre subscribers are much happier with their service than ADSL and VDSL customers.
Openserve, Telkom’s wholesale and networks division, has announced wholesale price reductions on its DSL and fibre broadband services which will kick in on 1 August 2017.
Afrihost’s Data Kingpins ranking shows that its top uncapped DSL users have racked up huge usage over the past 30 days.
Internet service providers have applauded Openserve for its recent IP Connect (IPC) price cuts, which will improve the value consumers receive.
Fibre-to-the-home is gaining traction in South Africa, with new FTTH subscriptions exceeding new ADSL subscriptions.
A new generation of applications – an Internet of Intelligent Things – could provide a new infrastructure for economic development across Africa.
Looking at DSL and fibre services from a price-per-Mbps perspective, with all costs taken into account, it is easy to see why South African Internet users are begging for fibre to be laid in their neighbourhoods.
Point Topic has released its Trends in Global Broadband Subscribers report for Q3 2016, which shows that copper (DSL) decline is accelerating.
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Afrihost is enhancing the value proposition even more by introducing cost reductions without sacrificing quality of service.
Afrihost has shocked the market with its announcement of ADSL Free-Time.
This is where South African internet is going next.
South Africa’s top ADSL experts weigh in on how to speed up your ADSL or Fibre line.
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We asked a few of South Africa’s ISPs to explain some of their products which claim to prioritise gaming traffic.
These are the cheapest 1TB ADSL data bundles available in South Africa.
For the first time in South Africa, capped ADSL prices have dipped below R1 per GB for standard ISP accounts.