on 19-01-2017 02:20 PM
Gone are the early days of ADSL in South Africa where 3Gb was the standard Cap. This was almost as limiting as Bill Gates' statement that 640K memory is more than anyone will ever need.
In the age of the Internet, data can set you free. From streaming Netflix in all its 4k glory to keeping your latest PS4 games updated.
Vote in our poll as we look at how much data is enough for our Community member.
on 19-01-2017 02:59 PM
I would say that 200Gb of Soft Capped data would do the trick. My kids stream on YouTube quite a bit and I find that I download quite a bit of 720p and 1080p series and movies on top of Netflix streaming in HD. I dont game much anymore. The updates of games chow a load of data each month.
The minimum connectivity that an SA citizen should have is a 10Mbps line and 100-200Gb per month.
on 19-01-2017 03:04 PM
my home internet is a 4Mb/s ADSL line and 100Gb soft capped account. Between Facebook, YouTube and Torrent () I use about 80Gb on average a month. That said, I dont watch every single series out there, I pick 1 and watch an episode an evening so I am not a power user.
on 20-02-2017 05:02 PM
Ok, so the results are in, our members have spoken. In total 30% of our members agree that 250Gb of data is suitable for their needs per months.
For those looking for a data package, check our Soft Capped products - https://secure.telkom.co.za/today/shop/home/plan/200-gb-softcap-v-plan/
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on 30-10-2019 03:54 PM
The 500GB was the best. Affordable. Cuts down on day time signal problems. From R10 for 100GB it has gone up to R150 for 100GB. That is 15 times (15x) more that we were paying before.