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February 13th, 2017 by

Afrihost hit the ground running when it launched it’s Fibre offerings back in October of last year. And, now they are ready to further disrupt the market.

At launch, they partnered with Vumatel, OpenServe, TT Connect, and Octotel. Just over four months after the launch, they’ve more than tripled their coverage. This through a combination of rollouts with existing partners as well as adding a few new ones to the list. Namely: MetroFibre Networx, Frogfoot, SA Digital Villages, Mitsol, and Century City Connect.

This makes Afrihost the Fibre-to-the-Home provider with the most last mile partners.

Afrihost will also be one of the first to partner with Connectivity Services in the coming weeks to provide High-Speed Fibre Broadband in Steyn City.

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Introducing Afrihost’s New Offer

In keeping with their aim to bring lower costing data to everyone, Afrihost has announced a R4000 off sign-up offer.

If you’re signing up for a new connection, the savings will automatically apply on checkout.

If you’re migrating from another ISP, the company says that they will automatically zero-rate migration fees associated with the last-mile provider and then credit your Afrihost account for the termination costs charged by your previous ISP.

According to Afrihost, “The overall amount of up to R4000 can be used to offset installation and hardware costs. If you’re new to Fibre, or if you aren’t happy with your current ISP and want to experience Pure Internet Joy, we’ll credit your Afrihost account to reimburse you for costs incurred in making the switch.”

Fibre is not currently available in all areas and regions in South Africa, but you can check out the company’s Fibre Microsite and use their Availability Map to find out if your area is Fibre ready. You can also see what packages are on offer.

The offer is valid from 13 February 2017 until further notice.