Telkom today unveiled the March Big Deal, which is data-packed and here to save you big bucks.

The SmartBroadBand 20GB Wireless LTE SIM-Only March big deal offer with 80GB of data is available for R199 a month.

The Telkom March Big Deal deal includes the following:

  • 20GB Anytime data
  • 20GB Night Surfer data
  • Plus 20GB Anytime data
  • 20GB extra Night Surfer data
  • Huawei or D-Link router for an extra R70
  • Out of bundle rate for data: 30c per MB
  • R99 Once-off activation fee

Why the March Big Deal?

Enjoy the convenience of connecting instantly, anywhere and at any time

No landline required, no technician needed. Just insert your SIM card, plug it and enjoy a fast, reliable connection

And if you already have a portable WI-FI device, you can purchase the SIM-Only option

Also read: Openserve To Double Fibre Speeds For Existing Customers

Openserve, South Africa’s largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, announced it will double the speed of its fibre lines for existing customers. The Telkom-owned company said from 1 March 2021 it will introduce further speed upgrades and price changes on Openserve Fibre Connect and Openserve Copper Connect product offerings

The company added that speed upgrade will come at no extra cost to internet service providers (ISPs). Openserve added that it was offering ISP partners incentives to enable them to easily upgrade their customers.

Openserve, a division of Telkom, currently covers more than 2.4 million households in South Africa. The fibre network operator (FNO), which prides itself on extending internet connectivity beyond cities and into townships, is the preferred partner of most national ISPs, with prices of entry-level packages offered by providers favouring Openserve.

Openserve network covers more than 2.4 million households with fibre either directly to the home (FTTH) or the cabinet (FTTC), with a national coverage spanning metros, urban areas, small towns and townships.

The company said it will soon announce exciting fibre expansion plans to provide FTTH services to the entire FTTC  footprint.



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