Everyone who’s anyone wants fibre coverage in South Africa. After all, it’s the latest craze within the broadband connection sector; giving you high-speed, stable and reliable connection with what seems like endless data to give you entertainment and communication means.
If you’re still unsure what fibre is and how fibre works, check out our older blog posts to catch up here!
Today we’re chatting about the Fibre Network Operators in South Africa that provide us with infrastructure and fibre coverage.
Fibre has been around in South Africa since 2014 and grew steadily over the years becoming one of the most popular options around. Openserve, Vumatel and Frogfoot; if you recognise these names, chances are you’ve come across a fibre internet operator before. You might have noticed their logos on vehicles accompanied by workmen and lots of cables! This process is a fibre infrastructure installation; fibre cables are being laid in an area! Once laid, this area will now be ready for fibre coverage! Businesses or residents in this area may opt for a package with an internet provider to gain internet access! Yes, it’s as simple as that!
Let’s learn more about some of South Africa’s FNO’s: If you’re unsure which Fibre Network Provider is in your area, then check your fibre coverage here.
Openserve has had over 2 Million buildings connected and 147000km of fibre cables stretched throughout the country! A few of Openserve qualities promise efficiency, experience and transparency amongst others while providing excellent after-sales support.
Think pink! Vumatel is easily recognised by their pink logo, making it known that fibre is here! Focused on high-speed, open access (giving you the option of your own ISP) fibre, Vumatel creates “fibre-hoods” by ensuring an easy 3 step process to get you connected.
Leaping into the future with 15 years of experience in Telecoms, Frogfoot’s expertise lies in their tech knowledge and support. You get Open Access fibre with high speeds and a stable connection. Outside of their technical experience, Frogfoot looks to support economic and social development within the country.