Fibre vs Fixed LTE vs Mobile Data
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You know what they say, when in doubt, go with Fibre. And we couldn’t agree more. If you’re looking for an internet connection that is truly unlimited and won’t leave you reaching for your data top-ups, then our Unlimited Fibre deal is perfect for you. For just R399/month, you can get unlimited data and calls, all-in. So why wait? Click here to sign up now!

Fibre vs Fixed LTE vs Mobile Data

Fibre vs Fixed LTE vs Mobile Data
Fibre vs Fixed LTE vs Mobile Data compared

When it comes to choosing an internet connection, there are a few things you need to take into consideration. Namely, speed, data caps, and contracts. We’ve put together a handy little guide to help you make the best decision for your needs.

Fibre:

If you’re looking for an internet connection that is both fast and affordable, then Fibre is the way to go. With speeds of up to 100Mbps, you’ll be able to stream, game, and browse to your heart’s content. And because there are no data caps, you won’t have to worry about running out of data halfway through the month.

Fixed LTE:

Fixed LTE is a great option if you’re looking for an affordable wireless internet connection. With speeds of up to 50Mbps, it’s perfect for streaming and browsing. However, because there are data caps in place, it’s not ideal if you’re a heavy user.

Mobile Data:

Mobile data is perfect if you’re always on the go and need an internet connection that can keep up with you. However, because of the high costs associated with mobile data, we only recommend it if you’re a light user.

So there you have it! A breakdown of the different types of internet connections available and which one is best suited for your needs. If you’re still undecided, why not head over to their website and take a look at our deals? We’ve got something for everyone!

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