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MTN increases Uncapped speeds

January 23, 2012 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top Stories

Mobile operator MTN has announced it will increase the maximum speed limits on their uncapped broadband packages.

MTN to increase the maximum speed limits on their uncapped broadband packages

Uncapped Pro users will move from current 128kbps to 384kbps after the 10GB limit is reached, while Uncapped Lite users move from 128kbps, to 256kbps after the 3GB limit is reached.

“It was a response to customer demands for faster and reliable Internet access at an affordable fixed monthly cost. And with a truly uncapped, no restriction limit. The volumes are astounding,” MTN said in a statement.

“It was impressive to see the consumption rate – which certainly speaks to the value customers are getting from this R289 p/m promotional package.

The term ‘uncapped’ data has been bandied around in the industry – but this is truly the most competitive unlimited promotion on offer today,” added Serame Taukobong, Chief Marketing Officer at MTN South Africa.

Charlie Fripp – Acting Online editor

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2 Responses to MTN increases Uncapped speeds

  1. Akhon says:

    Still expensive but i think for SMEs will save compared to the expensive ADSL.

    getbiz.co.za

  2. Sorry may I have more explaination about 'uncapped data ' word ? I mean technicaly !

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