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MetroFibre launches ISP unit GigaCo

3 Oct 2018

Fibre infrastructure provider MetroFibre Networx has launched an ISP called GigaGo, TechCentral writes. With MetroFibre having previously sold broadband access through a network of partner ISPs, GigaCo is currently using the networks of MetroFibre and Telkom’s Openserve, though it plans to be available on all major fibre networks nationwide. GigaGo offers a single price package across all infrastructure providers, depending on connection speed. Connections are uncapped, with prices starting at ZAR550 (USD38) per month for a 4Mbps connection, and monthly charges rise as follows: ZAR699 (10Mbps), ZAR899 (20Mbps), ZAR1,099 (40Mbps) and ZAR1,299 (100Mbps).

South Africa, GigaCo, MetroFibre Networx, Openserve, Telkom South Africa

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