Internet services provider, MWeb, has announced that it has launched uncapped wireless broadband services.
The company says it has rolled out a next-generation WiMAX network and is ready to provide customers 4Mbps uncapped connections without the need for ADSL lines.
In a press statement, it says it has already built base stations covering Sandton, Boksburg, Isando (Kempton Park) and Midrand in Johannesburg, along with N1 City and the Cape Town CBD in Cape Town.
"This footprint will be expanded on an ongoing basis throughout the year. The network will utilise open unlicensed spectrum bands and using Alvarion wireless equipment, will broadcast signal in a 5km radius of the base stations," it says.
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