Wireless

Wireless Internet Solutions

Our network solutions are designed to provide you with reliable connectivity. These solutions are scalable to grow with your business while enjoying fast network speeds and always-on service. We offer high throughput and quality of service suitable for all network environments. Guaranteed options are available from 1mbps to 1gbps. Services are delivered using managed network equipment offering 99.9% uptime. Whether you’re looking for reliable home connectivity or cutting edge business services we’ve got the network for you! To find out more about the installation process click here.

Wireless internet is different from more common connections like DSL and fiber. Instead of using a cable, it brings the internet signal to your home via radio waves transmitted by a base station.

When you opt for wireless internet, your provider will install a receiver on your house. It will communicate with the nearest wireless base station and offer you access to the web via a cable carrying the broadband signal from the receiver to the router in your house.

Wireless internet is mainly used in rural areas where setting up the infrastructure for broadband services like DSL is prohibitively expensive. Transporting and burying cables in the ground and getting the necessary permits can be expensive. So it doesn’t make financial sense for service providers to go down this road in less populated areas, where they can’t get enough subscribers on board to justify the total costs.

As with everything in life, wireless internet has its share of advantages and disadvantages.

Advantages
  • It’s easier to set up the equipment needed for fixed wireless internet than it is for other broadband services, because it doesn’t require physical cables or the hassle they entail.
  • Unlike traditional cellular services, fixed wireless internet usually has either very high caps (100GB or more) or no caps at all.
  • The technology offers high download speeds that are just as fast if not faster than those you get from other broadband services.​
Disadvantages
  • The problem with wireless internet is that the connection isn’t always 100% stable. Rain, fog, and other weather conditions can affect its strength.
  • There also has to be a line of sight between the receiver on your house and the wireless base station. Obstructions such as trees and hills can affect the quality of the service and can even prevent it from being set up.
  • Then there’s also the price. Wireless internet is usually more expensive than other forms of broadband

Uncapped Wireless Internet Options

4 Mbps

R 633 / pm
  • 4 Mbps Download
  • 1 Mbps Upload
  • No Fair Use Policy
  • Flexible Installation Payment Plans
  • T's & C's Apply

6 Mbps

R 748 / pm
  • 6 Mbps Download
  • 1 Mbps Upload
  • No Fair Use Policy
  • Flexible Installation Payment Plans
  • T's & C's Apply

8 Mbps

R 978 / pm
  • 8 Mbps Download
  • 1 Mbps Upload
  • No Fair Use Policy
  • Flexible Installation Payment Plans
  • T's & C's Apply

10 Mbps

R 1093 / pm
  • 10 Mbps Download
  • 2 Mbps Upload
  • No Fair Use Policy
  • Flexible Installation Payment Plans
  • T's & C's Apply

20 Mbps

R 1783 / pm
  • 20 Mbps Download
  • 2 Mbps Upload
  • No Fair Use Policy
  • Flexible Installation Payment Plans
  • T's & C's Apply