Telkom has announced that they will double the data allocation on all their Smart Broadband LTE prepaid and post-paid deals while leaving prices untouched.
This promotional offer is immediately available to both new and existing LTE prepaid and LTE contract customers purchasing these bundles will be able to reap the benefits.
“Telkom has worked hard to provide high quality products targeted at our consumers at reduced prices. This has ensured that we drastically reduce the cost to communicate and broaden access to ICT services for many South Africans,” said Attila Vitai, CEO of Telkom Retail.
The Doubled Data LTE/LTE-A Once-Off pre-paid and post-paid bundles on offer are:
|Bundles Size||Data Allocation||Price|
|SmartBroadband Wireless 10GB||10GB anytime and 10GB Night Surfer||R249|
|SmartBroadband Wireless 20GB||20GB anytime and 20GB Night Surfer||R349|
|SmartBroadband Wireless 40GB||40GB anytime and 40GB Night Surfer||R449|
|SmartBroadband Wireless 60GB||60GB anytime and 60GB Night Surfer||R549|
|SmartBroadband Wireless 100GB||100GB anytime and 100GB Night Surfer||R749|
|SmartBroadband Wireless 200GB||200GB anytime and 200GB Night Surfer||R1049|
To make the purchasing of the prepaid bundles more convenient for customers Telkom provides various ways in which to make the purchase. Customers can purchase their once-off and recurring LTE/LTE-A prepaid bundles by using the USSD code *180# from their cell phone, or via the self-service portal, Telkom App (which is only supported by IOS and Android) or by asking a consultant in a Telkom store. Existing Telkom LTE contract subscribers will be able to migrate to these Double Data deals in order to benefit from the double data allocations at current prices.
“All South Africans want more affordable, high speed connections, and effective and efficient communication means. Our doubling of data on our Smartbroadband LTE pre-paid and post-paid packages with no impact on the pricing is a further testament of Telkom’s commitment to reduce the cost to communicate and provide all South Africans with greater internet access,” said Vitai.