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Cybersmart to launch 100Mbps uncapped fibre service

Monday 13 January 2014 | 13:29 CET | News
South Africa's Cybersmart is gearing up to launch its new Lightspeed 100Mbps uncapped fibre service aimed at the business market and priced at ZAR 9,999 per month. Cybersmart's new product offers uncapped, managed symmetrical bandwidth, a fixed IP address, free website hosting, and a virtual PABX with five phone numbers, reports MyBroadband. Calls to mobile phones are priced at ZAR 0.69 per minute, and calls to fixed lines will cost ZAR 0.29. All calls are billed per second. Cybersmart's Lightspeed service offers a contention ratio of 10:1 and latencies of less than 175ms to London. When the

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Cybersmart
Countries: South Africa
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