Wireless broadband internet providers in South Africa. For household/home users and business.
amobia.com – Stellenbosch or the surrounding farm areas, Strand, Somerset West, Gordens Bay, Cape Town CBD and more.
Snowball Wireless – Stellenbosch, Somerset West, Strand, Gordon’s Bay, (Helderberg), Hermanus and more. Great quality and service.
Some more areas: Muizenberg, Glencairn, Cape Town CBD, Melkbos Strand, Blouberg Strand, Morningstar, Koeberg Hill, Paarl, Century City, Parow, Belville, Montague Gardens, Killarney Gardens, Panorama, Milnerton, Salt River, Durbanville, Brackenfell, Protea Heights, Kraaifontein, Kuilsrivier, Wellington, Tygerberg Hills and more. So you are pretty much covered for wireless internet.
Amobia can only be good because of the guys behind it.
There is a bit of startup cost involved with getting wireless internet (e.g. antenna), but for the speed it’s usually worth it. Also, there is a kind of Wireless LAN all around that you can join onto. It’s like being connected to all your neighbours to share and play together. Find one on www.wug.za.net (click Current SA Wugs for a list of areas). For example, Cape Town Wug www.ctwug.za.net.
Nowadays I’m on Wireless Internet, but it’s called CellC and a 3G Dongle. i.e portable and fast.
Update: A few years later, you can see who was doing good business and who wasn’t, the one’s above continue strong, these didn’t make it:
– www.wi9.co.za – wi9 Wireless – Areas Covered: Arbeidslus, Coetzenburg, Cloetesville, Dalsig, Karindal, Klein Welgevonden, Krigeville, La Colline, Khayamandi, Mostersdrift, Idas Valley, Rozendal, Simonswyk, Stellenbosch Central, Tenantville, Uniepark, Welgelengen