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This article was originally published on MyBroadband South African fibre networks are expected to complete their major metro builds by the end of 2017, which will bring fibre-to-the-home to many people. This is according to Webafrica CEO Tim Wyatt-... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Webafrica has launched new LTE products on the Rain network, with prices ranging between R549 for 55GB and R999 for 120GB. Wireless Business Solutions, which operated the iBurst network,... Read More
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Webafrica is offering all new fibre-to-the-home subscribers up to two months of free access. Webafrica is offering all new fibre-to-the-home subscribers up to two months of free access, meaning subscribers will not have to pay their first two... Read More
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Webafrica has said its usage tracking system will be back online soon. Webafrica ADSL subscribers have been unable to track their usage for most of July, users with capped accounts told MyBroadband. Their usage has not been tracked since 6 July.... Read More
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Webafrica has launched its new uncapped FTTH products, which it delivers over Vumatel, Fibrehoods, and Openserve?s networks. Webafrica has launched its new uncapped fibre-to-the-home products, offering speeds of between 2Mbps and 100Mbps. Webafrica... Read More
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Not so long ago, "fibre" usually referred to the roughage in breakfast cereals that helps move things along one's digestive tract a little faster, but the new fibre revolution is all about making the internet move a little faster. Fibre optic... Read More
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A former Web Africa client has taken the ISP to the Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa, and won. A former Web Africa client has taken the ISP to the Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa (ASA) over a money-back guarantee... Read More
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Web Africa is increasing the Download Plus ADSL data of all its capped packages, free of charge. Web Africa is doubling the Download Plus data allocation of its capped packages, effective from 1 February 2015. Download Plus data can be used between... Read More
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Web Africa has launched its Telkom-based fibre offerings Web Africa has launched its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) products which will use Telkom’s infrastructure, offering speeds of between 20Mbps and 100Mbps. Web Africa’s Greg Wright explained that... Read More
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The Parkhurst fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) project has disclosed Web Africa’s data prices for the Vumatel fibre network being deployed in the suburb. Web Africa’s participation in Parkhurst’s fibre project was announced last Tuesday – 28 October 2014... Read More
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