As video-on-demand and fibre-to-the-home begins to switch on in South Africa, the public will begin to learn the real meaning of data demand – and pricing models for data will have to change.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Arthur Goldstuck, MD of World Wide Worx.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
A HD movie typically takes about six gigabytes of data.— Arthur Goldstuck, MD of World Wide Worx
An uncapped account should be a standard offering! There should be no limit to the amount of data you can use.— Arthur Goldstuck, MD of World Wide Worx
Many ‘uncapped’ accounts in South Africa throttles your download speeds after you reach a certain level of downloads.— Arthur Goldstuck, MD of World Wide Worx
Uncapped in South Africa doesn’t really mean uncapped.— Arthur Goldstuck, MD of World Wide Worx
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