[CLUG-tech] Which ISP is best?

Tony Huglin kopite at telkomsa.net
Thu Nov 7 11:22:11 SAST 2002


RE: [CLUG-tech] Which ISP is best?Telkom as an ISP charges R79.00 pm, there dial up number throughout the country is......0860007249

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Leonardes Scheepers 
  To: 'clug-tech at clug.org.za' 
  Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 8:52 AM
  Subject: RE: [CLUG-tech] Which ISP is best?


  The 0860007249 number is that of World online/Global internet access. 

  I helped a user with his home pc last week and the at is where I saw the number. 

  -----Original Message----- 
  From: Zoltan Szecsei [mailto:zoltans at geograph.co.za] 
  Sent: 07 November 2002 08:00 
  To: clug-tech at clug.org.za 
  Subject: Re: [CLUG-tech] Which ISP is best? 



  I was with Iafrica/Mweb for many years but, when Mweb wanted to charge me 
  business rates (+R300pm) just because I have a registered domain & wanted 
  the maildrop facility, I said cheers! 

  I've been with Kingsley since Feb this year. R109pm incl. free maildrop (ie 
  *@geograph.co.za all goes into my kingsley mailbox). 

  I know there's cheaper available, but I am not sure of the service quality. 

  With Kingsley I dial the same 0860007249 number that a billion other virtual 
  ISPs use (is it the IS backbone??) and, when I was in Bellville I used to 
  regularly get connection at 50K and now, in Kirstenhof, I get only 44k - 
  that tells me it's a Telkom issue. 

  Never the less my download speeds are regularly above 4.3KB/s - even often 
  above 5.7-6KB/s - slower during the evenings, though, but I dont logon much 
  during the evenings. 

  I'd be curious of other peoples experiences. 

  Cheers, 
  Zoltan 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: "Neil Cronje" <neilcronje at webmail.co.za> 
  To: <clug-tech at clug.org.za> 
  Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 9:30 PM 
  Subject: [CLUG-tech] Which ISP is best? 



  > Hi all 
  > I wonder if their are any suggestions as which ISP to subscribe to. 
  > ABSA has finally crawled to a halt, no useful bandwidth is left to use 
  > during the day 
  > Telkom is also busy but has local POP allover the country. 
  > Mweb is large and busy becoming slow during the day. 
  > I am not yet ready for ISDN but would like a "less popular" ISP is such a 
  > thing exists 
  > Neil 
  > 
  > 



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