Afrihost has announced that from today it will be offering contract-free fibre packages to homes across the country, through a partnership with Vumatel, TT Connect, and Telkom Fibre.

In addition to offering home fibre, Afrihost will also provide fibre access to businesses and make a Premium package available for consumers who want as much bandwidth as possible.

“Each option is designed for a different client experience with Home geared towards the web surfer, Premium geared towards the gamer and media addict, and Business geared towards heavy and business users,” it said in a press statement.

The pricing for fibre connections for uncapped home packages are as follows:

Network Download Speed Upload Speed Data Monthly Price
Vumatel 4Mbps 1Mbps Uncapped R499
Openserve 4Mbps 2Mbps Uncapped R599
TT Connect 5Mbps 5Mbps Uncapped R499
TT Connect 10Mbps 10Mbps Uncapped R599
Openserve 10Mbps 5Mbps Uncapped R799
Vumatel 20Mbps 2Mbps Uncapped R779
TT Connect 20Mbps 20Mbps Uncapped R799
Vumatel 20Mbps 20Mbps Uncapped R839
Openserve 20Mbps 10Mbps Uncapped R999
Openserve 40Mbps 20Mbps Uncapped R1,499
TT Connect 50Mbps 50Mbps Uncapped R899
Vumatel 50Mbps 5Mbps Uncapped R999
Vumatel 50Mbps 50Mbps Uncapped R1,049
TT Connect 100Mbps 100Mbps Uncapped R1,099
Vumatel 100Mbps 10Mbps Uncapped R1,449
Vumatel 100Mbps 100Mbps Uncapped R1,499
Openserve 100Mbps 50Mbps Uncapped R1,999
Vumatel 1,000Mbps 100Mbps Uncapped R2,999

Access to the network will also be a breeze, according to Afrihost, because “as soon as your Fibre line is installed you can be connected to the Afrihost Network within 24 Hours. If your Fibre line is already installed by one of our partners, you’ll be connected shortly after you sign up”.


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