ADSL
DSL is Fixed Line Broadband which uses existing telephone lines to surf the Internet. TYPIT offers a range of ADSL services to suit your needs.
To get online, you'll need, a month to month Telkom phone line, DSL Line, DSL Router and an active TYPIT DSL service.


ADSL Home Uncapped
Ideal for casual use, Facebook, WhatsApp and Emails

Code Package Price
DSLUH01MDSL Uncapped Home 1 Megabit per secondR99.00
DSLUH02MDSL Uncapped Home 2 Megabits per secondR140.00
DSLUH04MDSL Uncapped Home 4 Megabits per secondR249.00
DSLUH08MDSL Uncapped Home 8 Megabits per secondR299.00
DSLUH10MDSL Uncapped Home 10 Megabits per secondR349.00
DSLUH20MDSL Uncapped Home 20 Megabits per secondR549.00
DSLUH40MDSL Uncapped Home 40 Megabits per secondR899.00
UDCH001MDSL Combo Uncapped Home 1 Megabit per second + DSL LineR160.00
UDCH002MDSL Combo Uncapped Home 2 Megabits per second + DSL LineR299.00
UDCH004MDSL Combo Uncapped Home 4 Megabits per second + DSL LineR499.00
UDCH008MDSL Combo Uncapped Home 8 Megabits per second + DSL LineR699.00
UDCH010MDSL Combo Uncapped Home 10 Megabits per second + DSL LineR769.00
UDCH020MDSL Combo Uncapped Home 20 Megabits per second + DSL LineR999.00
UDCH040MDSL Combo Uncapped Home 40 Megabits per second + DSL LineR1399.00



ADSL Premium Uncapped
More suited for home use, streaming and gamers

Code Package Price
DSLUP01MDSL Uncapped Premium 1 Megabit per secondR164.00
DSLUP02MDSL Uncapped Premium 2 Megabits per secondR274.00
DSLUP04MDSL Uncapped Premium 4 Megabits per secondR329.00
DSLUP08MDSL Uncapped Premium 8 Megabits per secondR499.00
DSLUP10MDSL Uncapped Premium 10 Megabits per secondR534.00
DSLUP20MDSL Uncapped Premium 20 Megabits per secondR989.00
DSLUP40MDSL Uncapped Premium 40 Megabits per secondR1381.00
UDCP001MDSL Combo Uncapped Premium 1 Megabits per second + DSL LineR239.00
UDCP002MDSL Combo Uncapped Premium 2 Megabits per second + DSL LineR425.00
UDCP004MDSL Combo Uncapped Premium 4 Megabits per second + DSL LineR529.00
UDCP008MDSL Combo Uncapped Premium 8 Megabits per second + DSL LineR799.00
UDCP010MDSL Combo Uncapped Premium 10 Megabits per second + DSL LineR857.00
UDCP020MDSL Combo Uncapped Premium 20 Megabits per second + DSL LineR1385.00
UDCP040MDSL Combo Uncapped Premium 40 Megabits per second + DSL LineR1847.00



ADSL Business Uncapped
Perfect for business use, business connections are always given the
highest priority

Code Package Price
DSLUB01MDSL Uncapped Business 1 Megabit per secondR296.00
DSLUB02MDSL Uncapped Business 2 Megabits per secondR396.00
DSLUB04MDSL Uncapped Business 4 Megabits per secondR596.00
DSLUB08MDSL Uncapped Business 8 Megabits per secondR836.00
DSLUB10MDSL Uncapped Business 10 Megabits per secondR896.00
DSLUB20MDSL Uncapped Business 20 Megabits per secondR1896.00
DSLUB40MDSL Uncapped Business 40 Megabits per secondR2796.00
UDCB001MDSL Combo Uncapped Business 1 Megabits per second + DSL LineR349.00
UDCB002MDSL Combo Uncapped Business 2 Megabits per second + DSL LineR499.00
UDCB004MDSL Combo Uncapped Business 4 Megabits per second + DSL LineR799.00
UDCB008MDSL Combo Uncapped Business 8 Megabits per second + DSL LineR1139.00
UDCB010MDSL Combo Uncapped Business 10 Megabits per second + DSL LineR1199.00
UDCB020MDSL Combo Uncapped Business 20 Megabits per second + DSL LineR2199.00
UDCB040MDSL Combo Uncapped Business 40 Megabits per second + DSL LineR3199.00


What is ADSL?

ADSL can be differentiated by the fixed copper connection it needs between your Exchange and your home or office. ADSL has the "A" in front of "DSL" because it's "Asynchronous" - meaning exactly that - "not" going at the same rate. There is an up and a down part to each line or internet connection. In ADSL, the down part of the line is different to the up part. Think of an email, if you receive an email it is the down part, as in download. Sending an email is the "up" part or upload, it's going up to the magical internet clouds.For the average user, they will be viewing or receiving or downloading much more than they upload. Generally a lot more websites are read and viewed, meaning the content is "downloaded" as opposed to content that is being uploaded. For example, a typical site where you would look around to find what you need, and depending on the site, perhaps you may buy something or fill in your details or fill in a contact form. That's pretty much the only "up" part of the whole experience you will contribute... otherwise it is images and content from every single page you view and you are pulling all this info "down" to view on your computer. So in most cases the down pipe needs to be bigger than the up pipe.Well, it doesn't need to be different, it's just that with existing infrastructure (your copper phone line to your house or office), it makes sense to maximise its use. It was a good idea to provide more "lanes" on the one side of the road than on the other side that wasn't being used as much.And even for the very few that do a lot more uploading, like web designers/developers who put the content onto the internet...they generally would still need a bigger download pipe because they're also like the rest of us, they also do lots of downloading and general browsing of the internet.