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Life’s too short to spend time waiting for things to buffer.
But you have a phone and a laptop, and so does your partner, and there’s an iPad for the kids, and a computer at the desk downstairs, and so the list goes on.
Plus, because data in this country costs an arm and a leg, you can excuse any visitors for asking the age-old question – what’s the WiFi password?
I recently upgraded my line speed at home, which also came with a new router, and it’s a real game-changer.
Contrary to what many think, it’s also not all that expensive, as RSAWEB points out. In some cases, depending on what package and Fibre Network Owner you are with, it can cost as little as R60 a month.
That’s less than the cost of that very pretentiously named craft beer you had the other day.
The relatively low cost is one of the five reasons RSAWEB has chosen to illustrate why you should upload, with these below the other four:
I won’t pretend to know what ‘ganked bot’ means, but more power to you, gamers.
For existing RSAWEB customers, upgrading Fibre speeds is as simple as emailing email@example.com.
If you’re not yet on board, and are keen to kiss those buffering days goodbye, RSAWEB is currently running a number of promotions, based on which Fibre network operator is available in your area.
Just head here and pop in your address, and you can choose from what’s on offer.
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