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Telkom has introduced a SmartBroadband SIM-only 1TB LTE deal for R999 that can be subscribed to on a 24-month contract with a device or on a month-to-month contract.

The SmartBroadband Wireless post-paid LTE data product is available only on Telkom LTE/LTE-A 2300MHz and 1800MHz coverage.

The SmartBroadband 1TB Wireless post-paid data offer, includes 1000GB anytime data per
month.

“Telkom’s SmartBroadband Wireless is bringing you something bigger than big with the first-ever Terabyte offer in South Africa,” the company said.

“For a limited time only, you could be one of the first customers to take advantage of this crazy, game-changing deal and for once, you won’t have to worry about running out of data.”

What you could do with a Terabyte

What would you do with 1 million megabytes of data? Can you even wrap your head around not having to check your data balance and knowing you’ll never run out?

Here’s a snippet of some of the things you could get up to on the internet with a Terabyte of data:

  • You can surf the internet for 2000 hours
  • Game for 16 500 hours
  • Stream 4000 videos for 3 500 hours
  • Upload 416, 50-minute long videos
  • Spend 6 500 hours posting to social media

Telkom’s 1TB LTE deal comes in two options:

  • SIM-only 1TB data at R999 per month on a month-to-month offer.
  • 1TB data and a Huawei B-535 router for R1,069 per month on a 24-month contract.

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