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Always on, always fast!

By Staff Writer
Start saving time and money with always-on fast MWEB ADSL.

Upgrading from dial-up to ADSL is hassle free. If you have an existing dial-up account with MWEB you can upgrade to MWEB ADSL and keep your MWEB e-mail address and Faxmail number, so no one will have trouble contacting you.

If you are not an existing MWEB customer, you too can benefit to upgrade your dial-up account to MWEB ADSL.

The Internet is an amazing tool. There is so much more to explore and experience. With your current access, you probably send and receive e-mails, do your banking and read news updates. But wouldn't you like to discover more of the wonderful benefits of the Internet? With MWEB ADSL you can have constant access to information, news, blogs, videos and entertainment 24/7.

With your Internet always-on via ADSL you get:

• Lightning fast Internet and download speeds
• Instant connectivity - no need to dial up
• Single flat monthly rates
• The same e-mail address
• Auto- boost - when you reach your cap, your access is not halted and 1GB us automatically issued to your account.
• All-inclusive bundles - pay for data cap subscription and line rental in one convenient bill.
• Webcall - with packages that let you call for less to cell phones or landlines, locally and abroad.

Complete your details here and an MWEB consultant will contact you and get you online as quickly as possible.

 

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