Works with infrastructure in your area.
Afrihost Prepaid Fibre works with the infrastructure already in your area. Most Fibre networks are open-access, which means that any Internet Service Provider (ISP), such as us, that has an agreement with them can provide you with an Internet connection. As an example, you might currently have Fibre through 'Green Internet', which is just one of the ISPs available on the Vumatel or Openserve etc. network. Switching from them to us is easy, simple and quick!
Fast and reliable internet.
Fibre uses optical cables to carry data via light, which makes it the fastest internet you can get - up to 50x times faster than the fastest ADSL available in South Africa. With the improved bandwidth throughput of Fibre you’ll have a more stable connection with lower latency. And, because Fibre uses light instead of electrical pulses, it's weather resistant and doesn't degrade over large distances - giving you a consistent, fast and dependable experience.
With Fibre, say goodbye to constant buffering, thanks to smooth, fast connectivity - allowing you to enjoy HD or 4K content, even if several people are streaming at the same time.* And with super-low latency, you can take gaming to a whole new level too.
* The ability to stream multiple content sources and the quality thereof is determined by the speed of the connection you choose.
Connect more devices.
We live in a digital world, with more devices in our homes every single day - and normal broadband solutions struggle to support the increased demand on your Internet connection. With Fibre, you can connect more devices, at better speeds than ever before - start enjoying reliable, fast internet connectivity in every room of the house.
No telephone line needed.
One of the great benefits of using Fibre is that you don't need a traditional landline to get connected. This means that you'll hundreds every month because you're not paying for a phone line (which you probably don't use anyway) just to connect to the internet. You also don't have to worry about copper cable theft!