Vodacom. (Duncan Alfreds, Fin24)
Johannesburg - Mobile network service provider Vodacom has announced its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) price plans with line speeds of up to 100 megabits per second.
The company on Wednesday announced its uncapped price plans on third-party infrastructure networks on top of which it sells internet access.
In September, Vodacom announced that it had signed lease agreements with Fibrehoods, Openserve, Century City Connect, Vumatel and Dark Fibre Africa to deliver Vodacom Fibre products.
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Vodacom recently also signed wholesale agreements with another two third-party network infrastructure providers - SA Digital Villages (SADV) and Metrofibre Networx.
The uncapped price plans by Vodacom have been introduced in addition to the existing capped price plans on offer.
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Both the uncapped and capped offerings are available as month to month, 12 month or 24 month options.
Capped customers will have the option to top up with Fibre Top up bundles when their monthly data allocation is depleted.
Louisa van Beek, Managing Executive for FTTX (Fibre-To-The-X) at Vodacom said: “We are making good progress on our own fibre deployment and by entering into strategic wholesale agreements to sell services through other network providers, we have additional access to over 175 000 end points.”
“The rollout of fibre remains a critical part of Vodacom’s growth strategy and our intention remains to pass one million broadband fibre end-points within the next four years,” Van Beek added.
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