MTN plans to slash its Fibre prices by 50% in South Africa

MTN has announced that it would be slashing the price of its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) service by 50% in South Africa, reports MyBroadband.
MTN’s fibre products, which are currently available only in few areas in South Africa, now range from a monthly subscription of R764 for 100GB at speeds of 20 Mbps to R1699 for 1000GB of data at 100 Mbps for 24 month contracts.

Customers will also be provisioned with night bundle data to utilise between 12 midnight and 6am.

MTN said that it has also cut the installation fee for its month-to-month contracts from R3000 to R999.

In addition to the price cuts, “Customers who sign up for an MTN Supersonic 24-month contract before 1 October 2016 will also receive free installation, a free router, and bonus data bundles that are the equivalent of the bundle option,” said MTN.

The new fibre pricing is detailed below.

MTN FTTH On A 24-Month Contract
Monthly Data Bonus Data Night Data 20Mbps 50Mbps 100Mbps
20GB 20GB 40GB R619 R719 R839
50GB 50GB 100GB R674 R774 R894
100GB 100GB 200GB R764 R864 R984
200GB 200GB 400GB R924 R1,024 R1,144
300GB 300GB 600GB R1,069 R1,169 R1,289
500GB 500GB 1,000GB R1,199 R1,299 R1,419
1,000GB 1,000GB 2,000GB R1,479 R1,579 R1,699

MTN users in South Africa can check here if they are covered for MTN Fibre services.

Source: MyBroadband

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