RocketNet, controlled by directel, has announced its intention to disrupt the FTTH market which has seen multiple organisations race to capture demand for high-speed broadband access.
“When consumers are exposed to the speeds at which fibre runs, they inevitably burn through their caps very quickly. That is why RocketNet has developed a range of fully uncapped offerings to meet consumer needs at every level,” he added.
The company offers uncapped access in Kyalami Estates, Sunninghill, and Barbeque Downs starting at R995 per month for an uncapped 25Mbps (megabits per second) line up to R1 995 for a 100Mbps connection.
Telkom, Vumatel, Fibrehoods and MWEB all have FTTH offerings in the market that has focused on wealthier areas in their primary roll-out.