Vox Telecom offers uncapped voice to FTTH suburbs

Uncapped voice has been launched as an add-on service for customers in suburbs where Vox Telecom is rolling out fibre-to-the-home.

July 16, 2015

VoIP

Uncapped voice has been launched as an add-on service for customers in suburbs where Vox Telecom is rolling out fibre-to-the-home.

At R249 per month customers will be able to make unlimited calls to mobile, national and local fixed line and select international destinations.

Customers are able to keep their own fixed line telephone numbers by porting their numbers to Vox Telecom.

It will be coming soon to all Telkom fibre suburbs, the company said.

“By providing customers with this service, we are hoping to continue to make keeping in touch as cost effective, and simple as possible,” says Natalie van der Merwe, senior product manager for Voice Solutions at Vox Telecom.

Fibre-to-the-home

Vox Telecom is partnering with Fibrehoods to bring fibre-to-the-home, which was previously only available to businesses.

The product offers line speeds of 100 Mbps, allowing customers to stream music and video and make HD telephone calls via the fibre line.

The bundle includes line rental, Fat Pipe data, 3G data and a Vox Supafone.

The Vox Telecom offer includes:

  • Fibre line rental
  • Premium-grade Fat Pipe data
  • 1 GB of Mobile Data (3G/4G data)
  • A Vox Supafone – a DECT handset for making calls over your fibre line
  • Wi-Fi Router

Vox Telecom fibre-to-the-home is currently available in Parkhurst, Greenside, Parktown North, Killarney, Riviera, Waterfall, Craighall, Dunkeld, Craighall Park, Atholl, Elton Hill, Winston Ridge and Constantia.