ADSL for Business

Business ADSL is available in the following speeds:

  • Telkom Fast ADSL:  Internet Download Speeds up to 1024 Kbps (1 Mbps), (Upload speeds up to 128 Kbps).
  • Telkom Faster ADSL: Internet Download Speeds up to 2,048 Kbps (2 Mbps). (Upload speeds up to 256 Kbps).
  • Telkom Fastest ADSL: Internet Download Speeds up to 10,240 Kbps (10 Mbps). (Upload speeds up to 1 Mbps)

Business VDSL is available in the following Speeds:

  • Telkom Elite VDSL: Internet Download Speeds up to 20 Mbps. (Upload speeds up to 1,5 Mbps).
  • Telkom Elite + VDSL: Internet Download Speeds up to 40 Mbps. (Upload speeds up to 3 Mbps).

Enyuka ADSL SME - Per GB:   From R 35 per GB:

  • Traffic Shaping (optimised for email and web browsing).
  • Weekly usage reports.
  • SMS warning notification when approaching limit.
  • Top up via SMS.
  • Dynamic IP Address.
  • Suitable for usage of less than 7GB per month.

Enyuka ADSL GB Packages with Fixed IP Addresses:   From R 300

  • 10GB, 20GB, 30GB, 40GB, 50GB, 100GB and 150GB packages available.
  • Business optimised with low contention ratios.
  • Soft Capped (throttled to 256kbps when limit reached).
  • Upgrade option for current month.
  • Fixed IP Addresses.

Business Uncapped ADSL:   From R 440

  • Available with Dynamic or Fixed IP Addresses.
  • Unlimited High Quality Business Bandwidth.
  • Soft Capped (throttled to 256kbps when limit reached).
  • Available in packages to match your line speed.

Important notes about DSL Line Speeds:

  • The following factors will affect the DSL Line Speed Available to your office.
  • The distance from the Telkom Exchange.
  • The quality of Telkom’s Copper Cables.
  • The maximum speed of Telkom’s DSLAM in the exchange (i.e. many Telkom ADSL Fastest Lines have a maximum download speed of 4 Mbps and a maximum upload speed of 512 Kbps)
  • Telkom VDSL is only available in select areas.
ADSL is a best effort service. The following factors may affect the speed of your Internet Access:
  • Telkom’s Local network capacity.
  • Congestion on remote networks.
  • Issues with International Links.
  • Traffic Shaping.
  • Contention Ratios.