Telkom SA drops uncapped prices

January 24, 2013 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top Stories

Telkom Internet SA will lower the prices on its uncapped offerings effective 1 February 2013.

Telkom SA customers can look forward to a drop in pricing on the company's uncapped offerings. (Image: File)

Customers can look forward to price reductions of up to 40% for consumer uncapped products and up to 35% for business uncapped products depending on the relevant package.

The decreased prices follow Telkom’s announcement of a “soft cap” earlier this month.  Customers reaching their Internet cap will no longer be limited to local data. They will now also be able to access international sites.

“Our focus remains on maintaining a quality experience whilst also exploring new and innovative ways to deliver even more value to our customers,” said Manelisa Mavuso, Managing Director of Telkom Consumer Services and Retail.

He pointed to the removal of day-time restrictions on consumer products as a prime example of enhanced customer value.

Dr Brian Armstrong, Managing Director of Telkom Business said: “Internet products for business customers now offer improved performance for business traffic.”

He added that the value added services on business uncapped offers have been improved. More advanced business features are planned for the coming months.

The new pricing benefits new and existing customers.

Staff Writer


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