supersonic – a leading fibre and home broadband service provider is spreading the summer love and launching an offer you simply can’t refuse – FREE uncapped internet while you wait for your Fibre to be installed!
Like most businesses in South Africa, Fibre Network Operators (FNO’s) also ‘shut down’ operations during the festive period which has previously caused a delay in installation for customers who decide to order their Fibre in December. This year supersonicis making this freeze period easier to handle by automatically giving every customer who orders a fibre service complimentary uncapped Home Broadband (F-LTE) to tide them over till their fibre is installed. This promotion is running from the 1st of December 2020 till the 31st of January 2021.
Once your home is made fibre ready by whichever FNO has your area covered, supersonicwill come and complete your fibre installation. A technician will see to your Wi-Fi router set-up, and make sure that you are up and running before leaving the premises. The FREE Home Broadband service will remain active until this has all been completed.
supersonicoffer a simple Fibre solution that is easy to understand and even easier to use.
If you are considering switching to Fibre, it’s good to know the following;
· Fibre can go further than copper, without the signal degrading. So, your Internet connection won’t suffer if you’re further away from the exchange.
· Fibre is a greener technology. It takes less energy to send signals further than it does using copper wires. So Fibre is a more energy efficient technology.
· Fibre isn’t affected by weather – so even in rain, thunderstorms and lightening, your Fibre line will work just fine. Both cellphone connections and copper connections can suffer in bad weather.
· Fibre wires are harder to hack. Fibre doesn’t radiate electromagnetic energy, so you can’t easily interfere with the signal.
If you would like to check Fibre availability in your area, try the supersonicFibre broadband availability checker. You simply type in your suburb to check Fibre optic broadband availability near you.