Afrihost Uncapped Home DSL Packages, Prices and How They Differ From Premium

Afrihost has continued to offer extremely competitive prices for their data bundles and packages, especially when it comes to the uncapped home DSL packages. They lower the cost of these packages regularly to give subscribers the best possible value for their money. The internet service provider does this to open up to more people and help them save money. These changes do not affect the speed or quality of the package, it merely offers customers access to the internet at better prices.

Uncapped DSL packages were brought in to replace the monthly data caps. It provides unlimited access to the internet to stream, download, play games, and do pretty much whatever you want. Below are the items under this package.

Different Afrihost Uncapped Home DSL Packages You Need To Check Out

The home uncapped DSL package under Afrihost is generally for little to modest data users. They use the internet for general usage only and are not specialists or heavy internet users.

For Afrihost subscribers seeking to purchase a package for the first time, the uncapped DSL packages by the provider have undergone some evolution. The categories under this package are separated by speed, and they used to be seven sub-packages: 1Mbps, 2Mbps, 4Mbps, 8Mbps, 10Mbps, 20Mbps, and 40Mbps.

The higher the speed sub-package you select, the higher the price you pay. However, Afrihost has trimmed the sub-packages down to four after getting rid of the 1Mbps, 2Mbps, and 8Mbps options. Below are the deals left and their prices:

4Mbps Uncapped Home DSL Package

  • Price – R157 per month

This package is the cheapest and is most suitable for individuals who are just casual internet users with no heavy usage whatsoever. They usually do not need the internet for anything substantial and are light users. This package goes for R157 per month. The advantage of this package is that you have unlimited access to the internet for a month. The downside is, it may not be fully maximized, seeing as the user is a light internet consumer, it has a peak speed of 4MB per second.

Afrihost Uncapped Home DSL Packages
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10Mbps Uncapped Home DSL Package

  • Price – R317 per month

This package has a higher peak speed than the first package, with 10Mbps per second. It also costs more as it goes for R317 for the home uncapped. This package is good for individuals that spend more time on the internet and use it for more activities.

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This package might be for you if you are a medium video streamer or love to download videos. The only downside to it is the cost. It might be a little out of reach for low-income earners. Overall, for those who can, it is a good value for money.

20Mbps Uncapped Home DSL Package

  • Price – R417 per month

This is another expensive package under the Afrihost home uncapped DSL and it goes for a whopping R417 per month. It costs a significant amount of money, but the good thing is that the deal offers an unlimited plan.

With a very high speed, this is considered suitable for online gamers and perpetual film streamers. If you fall into this category, this might be the plan for you. Unfortunately, the Home DSL package has a fair usage policy, meaning your internet speed gets reduced once you hit a specific data usage limit. This can interfere with your online activities.

40Mbps Uncapped Home DSL Package

  • Price – R817 per month

It is the most expensive of all the Afrihost uncapped home DSL packages. It is especially useful for individuals that are heavy users of the internet. If your job is exclusively online, with additional activities that require you to stay perpetually on the internet, then this package is for you. The downside is that it suffers from the same fair usage policy issue as the 20Mbps uncapped home DSL package.

How to Subscribe to Any of the Packages

Afrihost Uncapped Home DSL Packages
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Now that the potential subscriber knows the available packages, it is time to purchase one. Afrihost has a unique purchasing system where customers can only buy any of these home DSL packages via their website. It is also a pretty lengthy process. The step-by-step process is outlined below for new users to follow:

  • Visit the website at
  • Go to the menu at the top of the page and select the Pure DSL option.
  • Select the Pure Uncapped DSL under the options given.
  • To check if the pure DSL coverage is in your area, enter your street address and select the correct address from the drop-down option.
  • Proceed to click the check coverage button.
  • Ensure the address is correct before pressing next.
  • Select the speed sub-package that interests you and click next.
  • Select your DSL line location type from the drop-down options and ensure the details are correct.
  • Choose your order type from the installation details.
  • Proceed to input your contact details.
  • Click on the next step button to continue.
  • Confirm your package selection and press the next step button.
  • You will be asked if you need a router. Select ‘Yes, I need a router’ if you don’t have one or ‘No, I have my own’ if you already do.
  • If your answer was yes, you will be asked to select your new router.
  • Select next.
  • You are redirected to the shopping cart. Confirm your order and select checkout.
  • Follow the payment and delivery prompts from there.
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Complete the process, and that is it. You have signed up for the Afrihost uncapped home DSL package.

Differences Between Uncapped Home DSL and Uncapped Premium DSL

The Afrihost uncapped DSL package has three categories, namely – Home, Premium, and Business. There are three tangible differences between the uncapped home and the uncapped premium:


One of the differences between both is the bandwidth. The uncapped home has a metered bandwidth, while the premium is unmetered. This means that with the uncapped home, you have access to a limited amount of bandwidth while you are free to use as much bandwidth as you please on the uncapped premium package.

Download Speed

Another difference between both packages comes in the form of download speed. When there is a high demand on the network, download speed on the uncapped home becomes semi-throttled or restricted.

This means the speed is reduced or restricted. Uncapped premium users do not have these issues as it remains unrestricted and consistent.


Due to the differences listed above, Afrihost uncapped home and premium DSL packages differ in price too. Uncapped home is significantly cheaper than the uncapped premium.

This is understandable, given the apparent advantages you enjoy on uncapped premium. The 4Mbps, 10Mbps, 20Mbps, and 40Mbps packages go for R447, R697, R797, and R997, respectively on the uncapped premium. This is a significant increase from the prices of the same sub-packages under the uncapped home.

Adeola Seun
I am a writer who is inspired daily to seek out knowledge and hidden gems, wherever it resides, with the aim of bringing to the limelight, the resources, talents, capabilities, and ideas that abound in this great continent.
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