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MWEB offer uncapped ADSL in South Africa for R219/month
Posted by on Mar 19th, 2010

Uncapped ADSL…woo hoo. Download to your hearts content for R219 a month.

South Africa is finally getting with the programme with MWEB offering uncapped ADSL packages for as low as R219/month on a 384k line.

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What does that mean for you my dear porn addict.

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Now about those fixed monthly prices. The consumer data-only products will cost R219, R299 and R539 per month for line speeds of 384Kbps, 512 Kbps and 4Mbps respectively, while the business data-only offerings will cost R499 per month for a 384Kbps line, R699 per month for a 512Kbps line, and R1 999 per month on a 4Mbps line.

I’m not techie so those figure and words are Greek to me.

Lets get down to the really important stuff that us regular folks wanna know hey:

  • can i watch YouTube videos all day long
  • can i watch free porn all night long
  • can i video Skype my mates in Canada for hours and hours
  • can i listen to online radio stations all day/night
  • can i watch live streaming of sports events
  • can i watch online television live
  • can i play online games and kill noobies all day

Good times those.

Would be great if a representative from MWEB could respond to those issues. I read the MWEB Legal Notices and they had this to say:

You may not “use the ADSL Services in an abusive manner in connection with any unlimited packages, options or promotions.”

Define “abusive manner” please.

March 03, 2010 at 5:22 am

Hello there!

Thanks so much for your interest in Free the Web!
In response to your question about the ‘abusive manner’ section of our T’s and C’s -we are currently looking at our terms and conditions, and we will get back to you all in time with some updates on these.

However in the meantime, you can look at this interview with Rudi Jansen
which may help explain things more clearly.

Q: What [the fair-use policy is] there for is to stop, say, someone who hosts a website with 80 000 movies on it, and invites other people to download from their server.

A : We won’t go after people who are using [the service] for their own personal
use.

From http://www.techcentral.co.za/qa-with-mweb-ceo-rudi-jansen/13461

Thanks- the Free the web SA Team. =)

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