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By Staff writer

Telkom Wholesale Services announced on Thursday it will cut wholesale unit price by up to 63% across its product range.

Effective 1 May 2015 Telkom’s Wholesale customers can expect the following price adjustments:

  •  Rate reductions of up to 10% on the Wholesale Fibre Broadband Access product range
  • Price adjustments of between 6% and 25% across the SAIX product range
  • Tariff reductions of between 1.4% and 63% across the IP Connect product range
  • Tariff reductions of between 35% and 40% across the Metro Ethernet product range

“Telkom has chosen a clear path to democratise data access to all South Africans. We believe that these major price adjustments and our renewed focus on value will go far in serving our customers, the industry and ultimately, the socio-economic development of South Africa,” said Telkom’s MD of Wholesale Services Prenesh Padayachee.

“As part of our turnaround strategy we recognise that we have an important role to play in enabling our customers to deliver on the connectivity demands that South African’s have come to expect. Our investment in next generation networks and applications is aimed at driving the penetration of broadband and thereby enabling our customers to grow the market,” he said.

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