MTN announces Africa's first uncapped mobile broadband contracts

By bne IntelliNews May 19, 2010
MTN announced Africa'sfirst uncapped broadband mobile contracts this week. MTN is offering two 24-monthcontract options under a Lite and Pro branding, but the unlimited broadband issubject to a fair usage limit after which connection will be slowed to128Kb/second. According the MTN the contract is unshaped and fair usage capswill be 3GB for the Lite and 10GB for the Pro package. The Lite contract is ZAR749/month and the Pro, ZAR 1,999/month.

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