The DDoS attacks have been plaguing SA since Sunday, and look to be over for now.
After DDoS attacks on Sunday, a new wave hit this Monday morning.
A VPN will allow Afrihost, Axxess and Webafrica customers to get around the current DDoS attacks.
Sending spam is not okay according to a ruling made by the Internet Service Providers’ Association.
Here are the service providers our readers chose as their favourite of the year, based on value, customer service and of course reliability and speed.
Afrihost now offers Xiaomi’s Mi handsets with staggered bundles of mobile data.
Fibre to the home packages will start from R499 for a 4Mbps uncapped package from Vumatel, going all the way up to a 1Gbps package at a whopping R3 000.
It’s unlikely you’ll find a better deal than this one from Afrihost.
MTN bought the 50.02% share in Afrihost in 2014 for R408 million, but it hasn’t been going as well as planned.
RSAWeb’s mobile broadband is hosted on the MTN network.
Afrihost currently testing out alternative suppliers as MTN puts its foot down.
Unlimited data is here, but can you deal with all of the restrictions that DATA SIM has?
Want more data with your Afrihost package? Plus+ offers that and more for R145 a month.
ISP says there may be problems with international traffic shaping.
A sneaky R10 a month may not count for much, but…
Afrihost had a number of suggestions for Telkom and how to provide a better broadband product
Afrihost brings back the double data deal on mobile data and extends it on ADSL data.
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