Metrofibre Networx, which is led by former Absa CEO Steve Booysen, has launched a new fibre ISP to be known as GigaGo.
GigaGo aims to provide reliable internet access at affordable rates.
It also promises to focus on customer care.
All packages are 100% uncapped and unshaped, providing premium fibre Internet to the home.
GigaGo is available on the MetroFibre and Openserve networks and will soon be available on all major fibre networks nationwide.
Cornelius Jansen van Rensburg, head of GigaGo, said the Internet affects everyone’s lives in some way or another.
“This means that Internet connectivity, much like water and electricity, has become a utility. At GigaGo we provide access to fast, reliable and affordable Internet connectivity and believe that through the simplification of the process of acquiring Internet services, we can ensure that more people can experience the benefits of a connected lifestyle.”
THE GO4 DEAL provides customers with download speed of up to 4Mbps
and upload speeds are network dependent. The deal is available at R550pm including a free Wi-Fi Router. THE GO10 DEAL with download speed up to 10Mbps is available at R699pm. THE GO100 DEAL with download speed up to 100Mbps is available at R1299pm.
In March 2016, South Africa’s businessman and billionaire Patrice Motsepe’s firm African Rainbow Capital announced on Monday it has bought 18,14% shareholding in Metrofibre Networx.
Following the investment by African Rainbow Capital, Sanlam Private Equity remains the controlling shareholder of Metrofibre Networx. For more read: SA’s billionaire Motsepe joins fibre race, buys stake in Metrofibre