Standard Bank’s mobile virtual network operator, or MVNO, has launched aggressively priced fixed-LTE solutions, with prices as low as R139 for 50GB of data for its top-tier banking clients.
The bank launched Standard Bank Mobile in 2018, piggybacking off Cell C’s network. It said its new fixed-LTE offerings — meaning a 4G service provided in a fixed location — is “unmatched in value” in the South African market.
The new plans use MTN South Africa’s network and come with a router, and customers can top up their data with recurring or once-off data bundles. All the plans are offered on a month-to-month basis, with no long-term contract lock-in. Standard Bank has recommended clients use only MTN-approved routers for the best experience.
The image below, via Standard Bank, show the pricing for the new plans:
Standard Bank clients can also top up their data with recurring bundles:
- 20GB for R139/month;
- 50GB for R259/month;
- 100GB for R359/month; and
- 250GB for R879/month.
Non-recurring bundles with a 60-day validity are also available:
- 5GB for R39;
- 10GB for R69;
- 20B for R129; and
- 50GB for R289. — (c) 2021 NewsCentral Media