Internet coverage matters in South Africa remain a persistent problem in 2020. While we do not have an unlimited amount of choices; it pays to know what your options are and how to tap into those possibilities.
If you’re thinking of purchasing a long-term internet connection and have no idea where to start, your safest bet is online; to check your coverage and to do some research. While you may think your choices are limitless, you might be surprised, based on the area you live in. So, before you opt for providers and start looking at fibre network operators, we suggest you hop onto a coverage map. A coverage map will determine best, what internet connection options you have before subscribing to a package. You will be able to check your package options on the chosen connection to determine a suitable choice for your household; considering price, internet allowance and flexibility.
Coverage remains a “touchy” topic in South Africa. Many areas are not fitted with the correct infrastructure yet to achieve the connections we want. Whether it is fibre cable that has not been laid or being too far from an LTE tower, these issues affect your coverage.
The good news is that our country is moving towards these options in order to provide safe and uncomplicated internet connections to us. The rapid growth of these physical connections and advancement in technology over the years are continually providing means to get us connected. Older forms of connectivity like ADSL are phasing out due to sustainability difficulty and safety measures.
Best Internet aims to make this process as simple as possible for you, whether you’re an internet newbie or long-time user looking to switch providers for various reasons.
We provide a few simple steps to get you connected to the wide web:
Buying internet does not need to be as difficult as everyone makes it out to be. Best Internet is here to simplify the process for you.