Nashua Mobile and Wireless G’s “uncapped” WiFi capped at 3GB, customers will be “throttled”

South African mobile users are being offered “uncapped” Wi-Fi access for R39 (US$4.50) a month, but the providers have admitted users will be “throttled” if they use too much data.

Nashua Mobile and Wireless G, which currently provides in-flight WiFi on all Mango’s domestic flights and has 1,800 WiFi hotspots around the country, announced the move today (Wednesday).

However undefined charges will be introduced after the user exceeds 3GB of data in one month.

Mark Taylor, Chief Executive at Nashua Mobile, said: “We are pleased to bring faster and more affordable Wi-Fi connectivity to our Nashua Mobile subscribers. Whether on the ground or on a Mango flight, surfing the net has become simpler plus our subscribers pay a flat fee and all from a single account.”

Wireless G’s near 2,000 hotspots can be found in selected shopping centres, airports, cafes and hotels.

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