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Telkom introduces 8 new LTE offerings

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Jenna Delport
Jenna Delport
I’m a tech writer, world traveller, avocado-eater and dog lover, not always in that order.

South African network provider, Telkom announced on Tuesday, 1 October 2019, that its introducing improved LTE offerings to its consumers in order to keep up with the ever-changing digital world.

According to the company, it has revisited all its LTE offers – both post and pre-paid – in the name of flexibility, value – and most importantly – customer needs.

The entire Postpaid suite has been reworked to not only include new entry-level 10GB & 20GB bundles but SIM only and Top-up offers are also available for customers that already have an LTE router, whilst additionally providing 24-month contract options should an LTE router be required. Bundle sizes have been increased on existing offers and SIM only pricing at a reduced cost are available across all plans.

Telkom has also improved its Prepaid LTE offering for customers that prefer the flexibility that Prepaid offers. New entry-level 10GB & 20GB offers have been introduced and all other bundles have been enriched with additional data.

All that is required to make use of these bundles is to purchase a Telkom Prepaid SIM, migrate to the Smartbroadband Prepaid tariff and purchase the once-off Prepaid LTE bundles – see below for details:

LTE/LTE-A Once-Off Anytime Data Night Surfer Data

31 Days Validity



5GB + 5GB 5GB

(31 Days validity)

5GB R99
10GB + 10GB 10GB

(31 Days validity)

10GB R149
20GB + 20GB 20GB

(61 Days validity)

20GB R249
40GB + 40GB 40GB

(61 Days validity)

40GB R359
60GB + 60GB 60GB

(61 Days validity)

60GB R459
80GB + 80GB 80GB

(61 Days validity)

80GB R559
120GB + 120GB 120GB

(61 Days validity)

120GB R759
220GB + 220GB 220GB

(61 Days validity

220GB R1059

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