Exciting news! We have moved to a new network to give you (our beloved customers) a more direct, robust, and reliable connection! The elimination of Carrier-Grade Network Address Translation (CGNAT) and the implementation of superior network technology and equipment will give you a better internet experience overall.

Enhanced network capacity and improved redundancy ensure smooth and uninterrupted internet, while our future-proof infrastructure guarantees that our services will continue to meet the evolving needs of our expanding customer base as we have become the fastest-growing ISP in South Africa.

Here are just a few benefits that come from moving to our new network:

Direct Connection & No CGNAT

Customers will experience a direct connection to the internet without the interference of CGNAT. This means improved performance, faster speeds, and reduced latency, which can particularly enhance your online gaming and VoIP experience.

Enhanced Network Capacity

The new network can accommodate more data traffic. This ensures smoother and more stable internet, even during peak usage times, allowing you to enjoy uninterrupted streaming, downloads, and browsing.

Future-Proof Scalability

Our enhanced infrastructure allows for more flexible and timely capacity upgrades ensuring that we can efficiently meet the rapidly growing demands. This will keep our network robust and responsive.

Improved Redundancy & Reliability

With superior redundancy on international uplinks and national long-distance connectivity, the new network significantly minimises the risk of downtime and service interruptions. This means you can rely on a more consistent and available internet connection – no matter what!

State-of-the-Art Equipment & Technology

The new advanced network equipment and technology ensure the longevity and resilience of our network.

With the change to the new network, we can assure you that our services remain future-ready, offering you an internet experience that is not just superior today but remains so in the coming years!

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