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Nashua Mobile slashes connectivity costs

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Nashua Mobile has announced special promotional prices for entry-level Internet connectivity services, starting as low as R39.00 for an iBurst wireless broadband connection or R139.00 for ADSL. 

The promotion runs from 7 March to 6 April.
Customers can opt for a 384kbps ADSL subscription with 1Gb of ADSL data for a year and a 4Gb POP mailbox for as little as R139.00 for the duration of the promotion. This 12-month package, which includes a Billion ADSL router, usually sells at R195.00 a month.
The ADSL broadband special, which includes 1Gb of data, represents a saving of R56.00 a month compared to the usual price.
Nashua Mobile recently embarked on a campaign to cure the common condition of 'Internet-lessness' in South Africa. The company defines 'Internet-lessness' as an absence of a connection to the Internet resulting from high costs and/or a lack of knowledge of the benefits from being connected to the Internet.
Says Doug Mattheus, marketing director at Nashua Mobile: "Nashua Mobile is leading South Africa's war on 'Internet-lessness' by educating consumers about how they can get connected quickly and affordably, and which personal and professional benefits they can enjoy by going online. We aim to provide the most affordable cures for Internet-lessness on the market."
Nashua Mobile offers Internet, data and broadband solutions available from a single point in South Africa, including a full portfolio of Internet access offerings including fixed-line ADSL powered by Telkom and Verizon; wireless Broadband from iBurst and Sentech; and, of course, cellular technologies (such as GPRS, EDGE, 3G and HSDPA) from Vodacom, MTN and Cell C.
The company also offers web site design, website and/or email hosting, e-commerce, anti-virus, mobile personal information management, anti-spam and systems integration solutions.