MWEB has launched a new business-grade ADSL product – Business Uncapped ADSL Lite – available in line speeds ranging from 1Mbps, 2Mbps, 4Mbps, and 10Mbps. The company boasts reliability, redundancy and 24/7 technical support for the service.
Business Uncapped ADSL Lite users will have unthrottled, uncapped data downloads and uploads, and will receive a business-class router as part of the package. What they won’t get, is static IP addresses. This is a feature of MWEB’s high-end business ADSL offering.
Business Uncapped ADSL Lite users will see the prioritisation of business data over other types of traffic, such as peer-to-peer downloading. Non business-critical traffic will therefore not perform at the same levels as with a fully unshaped product.
The new MWEB Business Uncapped ADSL Lite products are available as standalone solutions, or bundled with ADSL line rental.
Businesses that sign up now as a new customer will get the Data and Line Rental package for free until 1 Jan 2013 (excludes Telkom Voice line rental). Terms and conditions apply.
|MWEB Business Uncapped ADSL Lite|
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MWEB Business GM Andre Joubert said “Business Uncapped ADSL Lite is a logical addition to MWEB’s original suite of high-end uncapped Business ADSL products that the company introduced to the market some two years ago.”
“By freeing businesses from the constraints of capped ADSL connectivity, MWEB changed the way businesses in South Africa use the Internet today. For example, it has made Cloud computing a feasible reality. In addition, thanks to uncapped Business ADSL, technologies like VoIP, video conferencing, remote back-up and archiving are no longer ‘nice-to-haves’ but essential productivity enhancers for many businesses,” said Joubert.
“However, we recognise that in today’s extremely tough economic conditions, there’s an enormous number of businesses that are being excluded from the Cloud revolution, because they cannot afford the high-end uncapped, unshaped and unthrottled business connectivity solutions currently available. And the low-end, consumer-type alternatives, are simply not suitable for business use,” said Joubert.