South Africa’s wireline and wireless telecommunications provider Telkom decreased the price of its uncapped Long-Term Evolution (LTE) service, which makes it more economical in the uncapped broadband market. LTE is a 4G mobile communications standard.
NeoBroadband Wireless is a technology-agnostic wireless broadband service which gives an endless experience irrespective of the wireless technology that is used, such as LTE or WiMax.
The wireless company reduced the price of its 2Mbps SmartInternet Unlimited 24-month contract from R1, 599 to R899 per month. The l agreement comprises of unlimited mobile data “countrywide” at speeds of up to 2Mbps, and a Huawei B686 router.
Telkom’s SmartInternet Unlimited service is designed for the business market, and the company regards this as an option to clients who are outside the ADSL footmark. Telkom uncapped wireless service vies against Neotel NeoBroadband Wireless service, another ADSL alternative. Last year in Novemeber, Neotel introduced its new NeoBroadband Wireless service thereby providing uncapped, unshaped data at speeds ranging between 1Mbps and 10Mbps.