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Silver 10Mbps / 10Mbps

R595
R595
  • 10Mbps Download
  • 10Mbps Upload

Silver 20Mbps / 20Mbps

R695
R695
  • 20Mbps Download
  • 20Mbps Upload

Silver 50Mbps / 50Mbps

R850
R850
  • 50Mbps Download
  • 50Mbps Upload

Silver 100Mbps / 100Mbps

R1,095
R1,095
  • 100Mbps Download
  • 100Mbps Upload

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Platinum 10Mbps / 10Mbps

R795
R795
  • 10Mbps Download
  • 10Mbps Upload

Platinum 20Mbps / 20Mbps

R895
R895
  • 20Mbps Download
  • 20Mbps Upload

Platinum 50Mbps / 50Mbps

R995
R995
  • 50Mbps Download
  • 50Mbps Upload

Platinum 100Mbps / 100Mbps

R1,195
R1,195
  • 100Mbps Download
  • 100Mbps Upload

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Silver 10Mbps / 10Mbps

R595
R595
  • 10Mbps Download
  • 10Mbps Upload

Silver 20Mbps / 20Mbps

R695
R695
  • 20Mbps Download
  • 20Mbps Upload

Silver 50Mbps / 50Mbps

R850
R850
  • 50Mbps Download
  • 50Mbps Upload

Silver 100Mbps / 100Mbps

R1,095
R1,095
  • 100Mbps Download
  • 100Mbps Upload

Platinum 10Mbps / 10Mbps

R795
R795
  • 10Mbps Download
  • 10Mbps Upload

Platinum 20Mbps / 20Mbps

R895
R895
  • 20Mbps Download
  • 20Mbps Upload

Platinum 50Mbps / 50Mbps

R995
R995
  • 50Mbps Download
  • 50Mbps Upload

Platinum 100Mbps / 100Mbps

R1,195
R1,195
  • 100Mbps Download
  • 100Mbps Upload

What is Fibre?

A technology that uses glass (or plastic) threads (fibers) to transmit data. A fiber optic cable consists of a bundle of glass threads, each of which is capable of transmitting messages modulated onto light waves. Essentially carrying much more information than conventional copper wire and is far less subject to electromagnetic interference.

How do I get Fibre?

Want fibre? then contact us and we’ll take you through the steps and you’ll soon have a high-speed internet connection to connect you to the world.

Why use Fibre?
Fibre provides more bandwidth than copper and has standardized performance up to 10 Gbps and beyond. More bandwidth means fibre can carry more information with greater fidelity than copper wire.
Your data is safer with fibre. It doesn’t radiate signals and is extremely difficult to tap. If the cable is tapped, it’s very easy to monitor because the cable leaks light, causing the entire system to fail. If an attempt is made to break the physical security of your fibre system, you’ll know it.
Fibre provides extremely reliable data transmission. It’s completely immune to many environmental factors that affect copper cable. The core is made of glass, which is an insulator, so no electric current can flow through. It’s immune to electrometric interference and radio-frequency interference (EMI/RFI), crosstalk, impedance problems, and more.