MTN TurboNet is a plug and play super high-speed 4G Internet router. It comes with a high-powered external antenna and data SIM that enables it to deliver fast Internet in 4G locations. TurboNet provides instant high-speed Internet for up to 32 users at the same time.
However to enjoy its service, the user must be within MTN’s 4G coverage area.
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Why you should opt for MTN’s TurboNet;
- It is affordable (Gh¢ 499)
- Simple to set up (plug and play)
- No fibre installable or coverage needed
- Fast Internet (4G LTE speed of up to 300Mbps)
on the other hand, MTN fibre broadband is a high-speed fibre broadband service that provides rapid and reliable internet access. Fibre broadband generated its name from the use of glass cables or plastic, which permits for faster data transfer compared to the standard copper wires which are used in frequent broadband.
MTN Fibre broadband
- Provides a variety of data speeds of up to 60Mbps.
- Provides uninterrupted internet access, is affordable and reliable.
- Provides faster speed than copper.
- Top-up can be made via cheque, MTN Mobile Money and MTN Airtime.
As stated, TurboNet allows for convenience since it can be moved to any place of your choice as long as there is 4G connectivity. Whereas Fibre broadband is a fixed service provided in homes or businesses.
Fibre broadband itself can take an unlimited number of users while the TurboNet can take up to 32 users.
Regardless of these differences, the data packages of TurboNet and Fibre broadband are the same.
If a customer is situated within a Fibre Zone (places where Fibre broadband cables are laid), then Fibre broadband will be best recommended. Customers should opt for TurboNet if they find themselves in areas where there are no Fibre broadband cables laid.
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