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Web Africa launches lowest price per gig in South Africa for home ADSL

Published by on Apr 10th, 2012, 1 Comment

Web Africa has recently made some changes to their home ADSL range which will offer the lowest price per gig in South Africa and remove the Peak and Off-peak differentiator for Home ADSL users.

From the 2nd April all Peak and Off-Peak Gigs will now be referred to as Any-Time gigs which essentially means that they can now be used 24/7. The price per Any-Time gig will now be available for as little as R7.99 for certain packages.

By removing the Peak and Off-Peak distinction, Web Africa customers can score up to 5 times more data to use at any time on their existing Home Connect packages with all existing Home Connect customers having already been switched over to the updated Home ADSL range.

For example, a Web Africa customer who previously had 2 Gigs during Peak time and 8 Gigs Off-Peak for R149pm will now enjoy 10 Any-Time Gigs for the same price.

Web Africa CEO, Tim Wyatt-Gunning explains that “We took the decision to simplify the home offering and bring our customers what they are looking for – fast, reliable connectivity without complicated terms of usage and at the best price possible.”

In addition, Web Africa has dropped the price of their Top-Up Gigs to R39 for automatic rollover Gigs. This means all unused Top-Up data will rollover to the following month and never expire.

To view all the Home ADSL Packages visit Web Africa’s website. 

 

Disclaimer: Web Africa is a Bandwidth Blog partner.

Comments

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sam-Goldberg/100000883494046 Sam Goldberg

    Should read “Web Africa launches press release”

    I left them ages ago as they wouldn’t drop their prices and were overcharging me for all my services. Moved to Afrihost, cheaper and better service.

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