Telkom cuts wholesale VDSL prices

Friday 22 August 2014 | 11:07 CET | News
South Africa's Telkom has reduced wholesale VDSL prices by as much as 37 percent. The fixed-line operator slashed the wholesale prices of both its 20Mbps and 40Mbps fixed broadband products in an effort to spur demand for VDSL technology, TechCentral reported. Telkom's CTO, Alphonzo Samuels, has confirmed the cuts, saying they were made possible by economies of scale as the VDSL network is expanded to more consumers and by the company "taking a future view of uptake on the higher speeds". The wholesale price of a 20Mbps connection is now ZAR 300/month, down from ZAR 387 previously. That's a

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Telkom
Countries: South Africa
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