Whether you are a movie streaming queen or you dream of lag-free online gaming, enjoy the ultimate online experience with fibre brought to you by Ballito ISP.
At speeds of up to 100Mbps, there’s no faster internet in South Africa than fibre.
It is reliable, affordable, faster than you have ever experienced and thanks to Ballito ISP having the largest footprint in the Ballito area, residents are a simple click away from joining the ever-growing fibre family.
Stream the latest Hollywood blockbusters and have video calls that are as clear as face-to-face conversations when you sign up for one of Ballito ISP’s fibre packages.
Offering the choice between lite, standard and business, each one comes with six packages to choose from, all tailored to your needs.
A large number of estates on the Dolphin Coast have jumped on the fibre bandwagon, with Ballito ISP providing fibre services to the following estates:
- Brettenwood Estate
- Umhlali Country Club
- Manor Estates
- Ballito Gardens
- Dunkirk Estate
- Seaward Estate
- Simbithi Estate
- Beverley Hills Estate
- The Highlands
- The Glen
- The Moors
- The Manors
- Lazuli Estate
With over eight years of experience offering reliable Internet, Hosting and Voice services, Ballito ISP has set the benchmark in the Dolphin Coast community.
Commonly asked questions
Are there any setup costs?
No, if you sign a 24 month contract you get the router and install free. If you prefer month to month then yes R 3000.00.
Will I still need my ADSL or Telkom lines?
No, fibre will replace your ADSL copper services completely as well as your telephone line. If you have a phone number that you would like to keep, you can port that number and send it through your fibre via our VoIP (voice over IP) services. If you don’t want to port your number, we can supply you with a 087 number to run VoIP in your home.
Can we use existing Wi-Fi Access Points in our house?
Yes, you can. Your current access points will plug into the new fibre router where previously it was plugged into the ADSL modem.
How much faster is fibre vs ADSL?
A fibre connection makes use of light impulses to carry its data, instead of electrical impulses, as the copper lines (ADSL) do. The light impulses bounce along the inside of thin glass fibre tubes. As fibre optic broadband is Internet at the speed of light, it is therefore, much faster allowing for upload and download speeds to be greatly increased.
Contact Ballito ISP directly on 087 354 9005, email [email protected] for more details or visit Unit 7 Richard Park, Ballito Business Park.