RSAWeb has become the latest Internet service provider to offer discounted 3G and 4G/LTE mobile broadband, offering data from R58/month for 1GB and going up to R999/month for 20GB.
Like rivals Afrihost and Axxess, the company is piggybacking off MTN’s network infrastructure to provide the service. It offers access speeds using LTE of up to 45Mbit/s.
Like its competitors, the service is available on a month-to-month basis, meaning consumers don’t have to get locked into a long-term contract.
As a launch offer, though, RSAWeb is offering 10GB/month of data for 25% off, or an effective R399/month, provided consumers pay upfront for a year’s access.
The cost of top-up, for those who use up their initial allocation of data, is set at R99/GB.
The company is offering a range of 3G sticks and MiFi-type modems from Huawei. These range in price from R499 for a basic 3G router to R2 599 for a top-end LTE device with power bank.
Modems and Sims are couriered for free to those signing up. — (c) 2015 NewsCentral Media