AfriHost to provide SA mobile internet

AfriHost to provide SA mobile internet

Broadband provider AfriHost is to launch mobile internet in South Africa, aiming to increase access and affordability countrywide.

The 5GB mobile data package for ZAR145 (US$15) per month offers 2GB standard data and 3GB anytime data.

Boasting the lowest costing offer in the country, the deal comes without the requirements of a long term contract or pre-payments.

Pre-orders will be accepted from today (Tuesday), a couple of weeks before its official commercial launch on September 3.

The first 1,000 users who sign up on pre-orders will be awarded a free Mi-Fi device, valued at ZAR1,000 (US$98), to set up their personal Wi-Fi spots.

 Together with RICA verification and other products, the AfriHost Long Term Evolution (LTE) service can also be managed through its online client zone.

“Our rock-solid network will provide the best possible mobile service,” AfriHost said.

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