Aweek after announcing plans to aggressively deploy fibre in the provinces of Mpumalanga and Limpopo, Herotel has revealed similar plans in the Western Cape.
The fibre and wireless broadband service provider this week said it will bring fibre Internet to more than 18 new towns in the Western Cape, taking the tally to 24.
Last week, the company said it is in the process of constructing 16 fibre networks in Mpumalanga and Limpopo.
In regards to the Western Cape, Herotel now says fibre networks are already live in Worcester, Swellendam, Riversdale, Robertson, Lutzville and Vredendal, with building under way in 10 more.
Herotel notes it has a long relationship with the Western Cape and has already serviced more than 30 000 Internet connections out of 12 local offices for more than 15 years.
Coert Smit, Herotel Breedenet general manager, says: “We cannot wait to introduce our already large customer base to fibre Internet.
“It is critical to the local economies of these towns that we build the best infrastructure we can, supported by great quality wireless Internet on the urban fringes and for farms.”
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