Local ICT and telecoms operator Vox has announced that it will soon be offering fixed LTE-A packages from Cell C.
This news follows an agreement Vox signed with Internet Solutions to become a distributor of Cell C’s product.
“Fixed LTE-A has experienced tremendous uptake as it offers speeds that are more associated with fibre links and is an attractive option for customers who want the broadband experience but may not have fibre coverage in their area,” senior product manager for carrier and communication at Vox, Justin Hövener, said in a press release.
Vox will initially offer four different LTE-A packages which you can check out below. Contracts can be month-to-month, 12 months or 24 months.
Routers range in price from R1 380 for a Huawei B315 to R2 209 for the Huawei B618.
Vox will also offer top-up data bundles ranging from 1GB for R12.50 to 20GB for R250.
Routers and SIM cards will be delivered by Internet Solutions’ fulfilment partner which will also perform RICA verification on delivery.
To find out more about these packages and more importantly, whether your area is covered head over to the Vox website.
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