MWEB announces FTTH price plans over Telkom’s network

5 Mar 2015

South African internet service provider (ISP) MWEB has revealed its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) pricing over Telkom’s network, with subscriptions starting at ZAR999 (USD36.19) per month for a 20Mbps access, TechCentral reports. MWEB’s packages provide access speeds of between 20Mbps and 100Mbps; the introductory 20Mbps connection comes with 100GB of data, while a premium 100Mbps plan (with data allowance of 500GB) is priced at ZAR2,849. Potential subscribers need to pay a one-off fee of ZAR1, 710 and buy a router (ZAR599), with line installation taking between two and four weeks.

According to MWEB, Telkom’s FTTH network is currently available in the following suburbs: Plattekloof, Silwerklood Estate, Loevenstein, Selborne, Cape Town, Bishopscourt, Claremont, Wynberg, Kenilworth, Camps Bay, Schotschekloof, Mouille Point, Uitsig, Green Point, Waterfront, Robben Island (all Western Cape); Peach Tree, Groenkloof, Waterkloof, Eldoraigne, Brooklyn, Lukas Rand, Muckleneuk, Nieew Muckleneuk, Baileys Muckleneuk, Monument Park, Houghton Estate, Westcliff, Sandhurst, Parktown North, Hurlingham and Craighall (all Gauteng); Chiltern Hills, Dawncrest, Winston Park, Atholl Height, Chelmsfordville, Woodside and New Germany (all KwaZulu-Natal [KZN]).

South Africa, MWEB (South Africa), Telkom South Africa