Effective 1st June 2021, MetroFibre confirms that customers on its FTTH packages will see upgrades to their line speed at no additional cost.
The acquisition sees MetroFibre add 10 000 homes to its network, with the transition happening between 1st April and the end of June 2021.
The partnership will see more folks getting their homes connected to fibre.
Vox customers (or new sign-ups) can from 1 August get a Ruckus ZoneFlex R310 wireless access point (AP) when they sign up for a bundle deal.
Vodacom also plans to roll out fibre to the home connections of up to 100Mbps to 190 additional estates.
The Kyalami Residents Association has awarded a contract to install fibre to homes in the area to Metrofibre Networx.
The company has also increased data limits on some connections without raising the price.
Vodacom is by far the most aggressive in terms of the sheer number of estates deploying.
Internet-loving Pretoria East residents will have a lot to be happy about come the end of 2015.
Fibre-to-the-home has attracted the attention of one of the biggest specialist banks in the country.
More suburbs could get FTTH as MTN acquires Multichoice telecommunications company.
The rollout is part of a planned R1.2 billion upgrade to MTN’s network in the province.
“South Africans deserve the best broadband infrastructure and we’re committed to giving them a superior experience.”
WiFi hotspots’ biggest supporter is of the opinion that it is not a sustainable business.
It also wants to see sub-R1 000 devices in the hands of every South African.
Homes in Hurlingham, Glenadrienne, Hyde Park, Northcliff, Sharonlea and Olivedale will be added to Vumatel’s ever-growing FTTH network by the end of February next year.
More suburbs are being added to various service providers’ FTTH networks, and Norwood is next.
Vumatel revealed that the suburb has qualified and will be added to its network.