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Afrihost Launches New Fixed-LTE Products On MTN’s Network In South Africa

Fixed-LTE clients can now  SAVE up to R2,500, pay as little as R2.49 per GB, and get up to one month free  when they sign up for Pure LTE! Built on MTN’s Bozza Network, voted the best network in South Africa in 2018 and 2019.

The latest Fixed-LTE offering provides expansive coverage, exceptional value and unmatched convenience. The Pure LTE will offer users speeds or up to 150 Mbps. Starting from as little as R199pm, Pure LTE clients can  pay as little as R2.49 per GB , and purchase Topups for as little as R6 per GB. This is amazing value for Fixed-LTE users.

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Pure LTE clients can also  purchase an LTE device worth R2,499 for just R999  (a saving of R1500) and also get up to a month FREE. Clients will also receive FREE delivery or their SIM and device. It will also offer a SIM Only option, which also includes FREE delivery.

Pure LTE will offer  Anytime Data and Night Time Data , giving clients access to an incredible amount of data for their internet needs. Night Time Data will be available from 12pm to 6am. Anytime and Night Time data will roll over for 30 days.

The Pure LTE will offer excellent coverage through MTN’s expansive, high-speed network. This makes it an excellent option for clients who don’t have fiber in their area, or still use a slow ADSL connection. It also offers an affordable and convenient alternative to fixed broadband products that require installation and monthly rental.

Important to note is that Pure LTE products are locked to a single location (specified by the client on signup). Service is only available using compatible LTE devices (specified by Afrihost).

Pure LTE SIM + Device packages will be  subject to a cancellation penalty or R999  if canceled within 6 months of signup. Cancellation penalties do not apply to Pure LTE SIM Only packages.

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