Cell C slashes broadband deals

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - CELL C, South Africa’s third-largest operator, has reduced the price of its home and office broadband long term evolution (LTE)
offerings by up to 64 percent on the back of an aggressive rollout of LTE across the major metros in the country.

This has also been spurred by the growing demand for broadband.

Cell C has significantly reduced the cost of eight of its most popular data offers – six contract and two prepaid options – with discounts ranging between 33 percent and
64 percent. 

Prepaid offerings have been reduced from R2 499 and R1 799 for 200GB respectively to R999.

Contract offering range from R99 (5GB) and R999 (100G).

“The demand for well-priced, high-speed broadband offers are ever increasing and Cell C has taken a knife to some of its most popular broadband offerings to offer
customers exceptional value for money,” said Cell C Chief Executive Officer, Jose Dos Santos.

He said Cell C realised that with LTE, customers could now download faster and required more data due to the high adoption of content streaming services and video
on demand.  

“With this in mind we are now offering customers the benefit of great value at rock bottom prices to change their homes into smart data homes,” said Dos Santos. 

Cell C’s LTE network is capable of service speeds of up to 70Mbps download and 35Mbps upload. 

“This means that both consumers and businesses will enjoy fantastic speeds at greatly reduced prices when it comes to Cell C’s broadband offerings,” said Dos

– CAJ News

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