Capped VS Uncapped

Capped means there is a set limit to your internet usage, whilst uncapped has a limit on the internet speed.

Capped internet has a higher priority and is ideal for online gaming, VoIP, home or business, whereas uncapped internet gives you an “up to x Mbps” connection, so you pay for the speed and not the amount of data you use.

CAPPED WIRELESS

Subscriptions details for capped wireless internet access

20GB

R150monthly
  • 4Mpbs Wireless Speed

50GB

R250monthly
  • 4Mpbs Wireless Speed

100GB

R400monthly
  • 4Mpbs Wireless Speed

250GB

R800monthly
  • 4Mpbs Wireless Speed

500GB

R1 200monthly
  • 4Mpbs Wireless Speed
  • You always get what you pay for with the line speed and gigs you selected.

  • Send an SMS to our support team when you’ve reached your limit, and we will top you up.
  • You can increase or decrease the line speed or even your gigs (once per month).

UNCAPPED WIRELESS

Subscriptions details for uncapped lite wireless internet access

2Mbps

R350monthly
  • Limited to 500kbps when exceeding 4GB
  • Upload 1Mbps

4Mbps

R500monthly
  • Limited to 1Mbps when exceeding 8GB per day
  • Upload 2Mbps

6Mbps

R700monthly
  • Limited to 2Mbps when exceeding 12GB per day
  • Upload 3Mbps

8Mbps

R950monthly
  • Limited to 3Mbps when exceeding 16GB per day
  • Upload 4Mbps

10Mbps

R1 200monthly
  • Limited to 4Mbps when exceeding 20GB per day
  • Upload 5Mbps
  • You always get what you pay for with the line speed and gigs you selected.
  • Throttle resets every night.
  • You can increase or decrease the line speed once per month.

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