iBurst cuts wireline rates

4 Mar 2008

South African wireless broadband operator iBurst has cut the price of its voice calls by up to 50% as it moves to increase its presence in a market which is still dominated by former monopoly provider, Telkom. iBurst has lowered the cost of national peak time calls by 18%, national off-peak calls by 10%, peak-time cellular calls by 19% and off-peak calls to mobiles by 11%. Tariffs for international calls have also been cut, with savings of over 50% available on calls to countries such as the UK, US, China, Australia and France, MyBroadband reports.

South Africa, Rain (Multisource/WBS)