No doubt about it, the roll-out of Fibre in Cape Town suburbs has been taking its sweet time.
Unfortunately, the installation of the high speed Internet depends on the demand: if no one in your suburb wants to get a fast connection, then you’re most likely going to be the last area to get it.
Once you have looked at the numbers, though, you might want to go knocking on a few doors and convince your neighbours that they shouldn’t be afraid to take the leap.
Need to Skype an overseas family member? No problem. How about a night of diving into what’s new on Steam without lagging? You got it.
First, some questions they might have, and the answers so you’re in top form:
What speed you should go for:
How much data you might need:
Most of Fibre to the Home services are uncapped. However, services provided on the Openserve (Telkom) network have per Gigabyte options:
If the numbers are just too much for them, RSAWEB has a speed test comparison on their site, to show you just how much better Fibre is:
However, if that effort is too much for you, then you’re just going to have to stick to good ol’ ADSL.
Here’s how to get on board:
What you think? Skip Telkom and wait for Fibre? I agree.
I believe in your convincing abilities.
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