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Mweb offers packages on Rain network

Wednesday 28 June 2017 | 09:15 CET | News
South African ISP Mweb will launch a selection of capped LTE-Advanced products on the Rain network on 03 July 2017, reports Mybroadband. The Mweb service is as a fixed wireless broadband one and network coverage must be checked on the ISP's website. Package prices range from ZAR 549 to ZAR 999.

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Companies: MWeb / Rain
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