Our tried and trusted ADSL line rentals.
A Telkom classic.
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Do you know what ADSL stands for? Well, the A stands for awesome... Ok, technically it stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line, but it might as well. In a world that’s changing fast, this tried and trusted Telkom classic is still going strong.
ADSL gives you reliability at a good speed. It’s not only used for emailing, Googling and Youtubing anymore – the faster you go, the more you can do online. For example, video calling, streaming series or even online gaming!
Connect laptops, notebooks, smart phones, multimedia entertainment players, and readers at the same time.
High-speed connectivity at the same price every month. No surprises.
You always know what kind of speed you’re going to get – fast.
ADSL is always on, so you won’t miss any emails or trending hashtags.
Back in the day with those dial-up modems, data was transmitted over your telephone line. But with ADSL, we split your line in two – one side is dedicated to your phone, the other to your internet so you have an uninterrupted connection to the internet and can be on a telephone call at the same time without affecting your ADSL speed.
How do you know which option is right for you? First, let’s have a look at what you do on the www. If you’re using the internet to check emails, update statuses on your social network accounts and doing the odd research and surfing, , then you can start at the lower end of the scale. But if you work from home and you’re downloading big files from the other side of the world and streaming rich media content, then the high speed is your best bet.
Up to 2Mbps ADSL
Up to 4Mbps ADSL
Up to 8Mbps ADSL
Up to 10Mbps ADSL
Up to 20Mbps ADSL and *VDSL
Up to 40Mbps *VDSL
All deals exclude a DSL installation fee of R792 (self- installation option available), line installation of R620, monthly line rental and data used.
Free WiFi-enabled modem is subject to a 24-month contract.
*VDSL: dependant on infrastructure availability.
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