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BitCo launches Fibre-to-the-Home on the Openserve Network

March 4, 2019 • Online & Social, Southern Africa

BitCo launches Fibre-to-the-Home on the Openserve Network

Jarryd Chatz, CEO of BitCo.

Internet Service Provider, BitCo has announced that their uncapped Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) services are now available on the Openserve network.

The company launched their FTTH offering, BitCo Home, in October 2018 which has since been available on the Vumatel Network. BitCo says that the demand they have received over the past several months has justified their move to partner with Openserve — said to be the largest FTTH infrastructure provider in South Africa.

“We have received a tremendous response since launching BitCo Home. Partnering with Openserve enables us to make high-speed, reliable Internet available to more home users throughout the Metropolitan areas,” says, Jarryd Chatz, CEO of BitCo Telecoms.

Residential Internet users on the Openserve Network can choose between competitively priced uncapped, unshaped and full-speed (not throttled) Home Fibre with download and upload speeds as follows:

• 10Mbps Download/ 5Mbps Upload
• 20Mbps Download/ 10Mbps Upload
• 40Mbps Download/ 20Mbps Upload
• 100Mbps Download/ 50Mbps Upload
• 200Mbps Download/ 100Mbps Upload

BitCo Home services are offered on a month-to-month, 12 or 24-month options with 24/7 support and a free-to-use router. Free installation and activation packages are available.

Those interested in taking up BitCo services on the Openserve Network can view information about their packages on BitCo’s website https://bitco.co.za/products/openserve/. To check if you fall within coverage visit https://www.bitco.co.za/home-fibre-map-openserve/.

Greg Sellars, Head of the FTTH department says, “Our relationships with Vumatel and Openserve has paved the way for us to expand our FTTH coverage and we will be partnering with several additional Open Access Providers in the months to come.”

Edited by Fndisiwe Maseko
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