Vodacom Wi-Fi, launched by Vodacom, has all it’s Wi-Fi offerings which are available via WirelessG’s Wi-Fi hotspots. This Wi-Fi service is available to all Vodacom contract, top up and prepaid customers.
Apart from access via WirelessG hotspots, Vodacom customers will also have access to the Wi-Fi service while traveling overseas via 110 000 hotspots at destinations outside of South Africa.”
“Vodacom’s Wi-Fi services are fairly priced when compared to offerings from some of their competitors”.
MWEB charges R 1.00 per minute for its Wi-Fi access, but it should be noted that their subscribers receive 300 minutes of free Wi-Fi access per month. MWEB members can also use the company’s iPass service at hotspots overseas.
Internet Solution’s Wi-Fi products retail for R150 for 4 hours, R90 for 2 hours, R50 for 1 hour and R30 for 30 minutes.
There is no doubt that these Wi-Fi products are a convenient and necessary alternative for travelers especially with the 2010 World Cup just around the corner but the market is becoming increasingly more competitive. “
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