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South African ISP Afrihost has announced a budget option to its Fixed Wireless offering, running on the Rain Network backbone.
“Afrihost is going all-in and now offering Free LTE-Advanced Modems with signups until the end of November,” the company announced in a press release.
“This is on top of the Double Data that users can lock in until the end of November 2018.”
Alongside its more expensive packages, like the 330+330GB Anytime Data offering at R1549pm, Afrihost is introducing a new entry level product to the lineup.
“We are also launching a new 25+25GB Package today at R299pm to cater to users with lower usage needs,” it noted.
“The Rain Wireless Network currently consists of close to 1500 base stations and plans are in place to expand this to 2000 sites by the end of the year,” the company concluded.