Why us?

There is a lot of ISPs out there. It can be a difficult choice. So here are some points why you should join our network.

24/7 support

Our support team is available 24/7 to answer all your questions and help you with any queries. "Plus we actually answer our phones."

back up generators

All our sites have generators so that we can give you service throughout load-shedding or any other power outs.

affordable options

We offer affordable packages as we believe everyone has the right to be connected. Doesn't matter if it is for work, education or entertainment.

low contention ratios

Contention ratios can be a hot topic for ISPs. Always remember to read the fine print on your contract as most ISPs don 't offer a good low contention ratio. We do.


We believe you should get what you pay for. Our connections are unshaped. We do not throttle any services on our network.

free to use router

Our packages comes with a free to use router when required. So you can start surfing the web immediately after installation has been completed. No hassles, no fuss.


What does ISP stand for?

ISP is an abbreviation for Internet Service Provider. These are the organisations that link your internet to infrastructures and data centres. They are your connection to the world wide web.

What does FTTH stand for?

FTTH is an abbreviation for Fibre To The Home. These are internet packages that requires a fibre line to be installed at your home. The gentlemen who dig holes in your driveway.

What is contention ratio?

This refers to the amount of people that is added on one connection to the source. the more people are added to one connection the slower your it will be.

what is broadband?

Broadband is high-speed internet access. It was the next step after dial-up and is always connected. It allows for more data to be transferred though a single cable.

What is a Wireless connection?

Wireless Connections is similar to fibre as it is always connected as well. Instead of it being a cable all the way to the end user there is antennas and dishes that allows for connections where cable is not available. 


We see this everywhere on ISPs websites. Mbps stands for Megabits per second. It is how we measure the speed or bandwidth of a connection to the end user. It is how many bits can be uploaded or downloaded per second.