Telkom 80GB October Big Deal Is Here For R269pm

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TELKOMhas unveiled the October Big Deal, which is for you if connecting on the move is your vibe. Take monate with you whether you’re hustling, watching your favourite shows or entertaining your guests with a VIP playlist from Telkom Music.

You can connect up to 64 devices at a time and bring monate to every space you’re in with the Huawei B535.

Furthermore, seamlessly create a hotspot, no cables or installation required – just a fast connection to enjoy.

The SmartBroadBand 40GB Wireless LTE SIM-Only deal offer with 80GB of data is available for R269 a month.

The Telkom October Big Deal deal includes the following:

  • 40GB Anytime data (Validity period 61 days)
  • 40GB Night Surfer data (Validity period 31 days)
  • Plus 20GB additional Anytime data and 20GB Night Surfer data
  • Huawei B535 LTE router
  • Out of  bundle rate for data: R0:30 per MB
  • Connects up to 64 devices

Monate add-ons

If you love extras or bargain, then here’s how you can add on to your October Big Deal. Get a multi-SIM for 9pm or MiFi device for R30pm x 24 months.

Also read: SA’s Telkom To Float Masts and Towers Business On The JSE

Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO

South Africa’s Telkom is planning to float its masts and towers business on the Johannesburg Strock ExchangeSwiftnet is a Telkom subsidiary under management by Gyro.

Swiiftnet has 6 225 masts and towers, it is South Africa’s largest independently run tower portfolio.

Telkom Group CEO, Sipho Maseko, says the approach to separate Telkom’s businesses has enabled clear visibility of the growth potential of each business.

Under the management of Gyro, Swiftnet has diversified its tenancy with 56% of its tenants coming from the industry.

According to Maseko the current Telkom valuation is not a true reflection of its intrinsic value.

The value of the Swiftnet business is currently not being recognised.

“A separate listing of Swiftnet will affirm the valuation of the masts and towers business and its contribution to the overall valuation of the Telkom business thereby unlocking further value for Telkom,” Maseko concludes.




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