iConnect doubles data in new promotion

Monday 1 August 2016 | 13:21 CET | News
South Africa's operator iConnect is offering new FTTB subscribers signing up in the month of August double the data for the duration of their contract. This means that new subscribers will get twice as much data as their contract provides every month for however long their contract lasts. The Double Up Promotion runs for the entire month of August and applies to any new subscriber taking up a 50, 100, 150 or 200 Mbps contract. This special from iConnect includes free installation and setup as well as no additional charge for equipment.

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