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Afrihost slashes ADSL prices

I just received news from the Afrihost CEO that they are butchering their ADSL prices. As a late entrant into the ADSL market Afrihost have decided to invest money that would have been spent on advertising into cheaper prices instead.
As a result they are now offering a range of ADSL packages from 1GB to 100GB [...]

National broadband policy promises to reduce ADSL Prices

South African National Broadband Forum meets with Department of Communications over national broadband strategy that looks set to reduce ADSL prices.
The South African National Broadband Forum (SANBF) launched a framework in earlier this year, focusing on various initiatives which will ensure that “all South Africans should have affordable broadband access to the Internet.”
The objectives of [...]

Neotel enters the data card market

Innovation and competition are hotting up in the broadband market as Neotel launches its new data card, NeoGo.  An ideal product for consumers who are looking for a mobile solution. The NeoGo data card offers customers up to 50% more data within bundle, plus an attractive out of bundle rate of 8 cents per MB,  [...]

Seacom a boon for broadband prices

A few days on from the connection of the Seacom cable and it feels like the dawn a of new internet era in South Africa. Like the sun shining on a fertile soil, new shoots of hope emerge for the beleaguered broadband consumer.
Whilst some doubt the impact of Seacom cable on broadband prices, the consumer [...]

Taking the web to townships

The very real benefits of cheap broadband to ordinary South Africans are highlighted in a recent article on iafrica.com.
The article talks about a new initiative to bring  internet access to disadvantaged communities in and around Johannesburg. As part of the broadband project, multi-service digital centres, or “techno hubs”, will be set up where people [...]

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