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A trusted business mobile broadband provider in South Africa

Since its inception in 1985, United Telecoms has expanded to address the increasing demand for dependable and cost-effective telephony and data solutions.

Today, we are a recognised and trusted provider of business mobile and fibre data services across South Africa.

  • Western Cape
  • Eastern Cape
  • Kwa-zulu Natal
  • Gauteng
  • Free State
  • Mpumalanga
  • Nothern Cape
  • North West
  • Limpopo

We offer a range of 5G & LTE packages and unlimited data plans tailored for businesses of all sizes in South Africa. We ensure high-speed, uninterrupted/reliable internet connectivity, which is essential for efficient business operations.

Reach out to us to get assistance finding the perfect mobile data package to meet your business needs.

Contact us through our national office number listed below, or use the “chat now” button at the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

contact us 086 001 8500

What is mobile broadband?

Mobile broadband is a wireless internet service that utilises technologies such as 3G, 4G LTE and 5G.

It allows users to connect multiple devices to the internet without the need for fixed-line connections, enhancing mobility and flexibility.

Perfect for on-the-go individuals and businesses, mobile broadband ensures continuous productivity and connectivity anywhere, anytime.

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Explore 5G & 4G LTE business mobile packages

Discover our 5G and 4G LTE mobile data solutions, ideal for businesses seeking fast, reliable internet on the move. Enjoy unlimited data plans, efficient mobile routers, a free SIM and stable connectivity through top operators such as MTN, Vodacom, and Telkom.

Mobile broadband technology is a cost-effective alternative for areas with limited or no access to fibre, ideal for remote work, temporary business sites, and field operations. Browse our packages below and contact our knowledgeable team for more information.

Advantages of mobile broadband with United Telecoms

Experience superior connectivity with United Telecoms’ advanced mobile broadband service. Our tailored plans offer unlimited data usage, high-speed internet, and reliable service designed to meet your specific business requirements. Enjoy continuous operations and enhanced team collaboration with our solutions.

Discover the benefits of our mobile data plans and learn how they can transform your business connectivity today.

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Our mobile network partners

United Telecoms partners with leading mobile broadband providers to provide our customers with superior and dependable internet services. Our partnerships with industry giants such as MTN, Vodacom, and Telkom allow us to provide countrywide network coverage and recommend the right mobile data solution for your service area.

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Frequently asked questions about business mobile broadband services

Mobile broadband and Wi-Fi are both methods for accessing the internet wirelessly, but they function through different technologies, and each serves a distinct purpose. Mobile broadband uses cellular networks like 3G, 4G LTE, and 5G, providing internet connectivity via a SIM card in mobile devices, smartphones or portable modems. This makes it perfect for mobile internet access across multiple locations, especially where fixed-line connections or Wi-Fi are unavailable.

Wi-Fi, in contrast, relies on a fixed broadband connection (such as DSL or fibre) connected to a router that emits a Wi-Fi signal. This setup allows devices within its range to connect to the internet. Predominantly used in fixed environments like homes and offices, Wi-Fi is ideal for stationary use within a specific area.

Whether you need flexible internet solutions for a mobile workforce or a stable Wi-Fi setup for your office, United Telecoms has options to suit both use cases. Contact us to explore how our mobile broadband and Wi-Fi solutions can support your business’s unique connectivity needs, ensuring your team remains productive and well-connected wherever they are.

Yes, mobile broadband typically uses a SIM card to access cellular networks such as 3G, 4G LTE, and 5G. This SIM card enables devices like smartphones, tablets, or portable modems to connect to the internet through mobile network providers, offering internet access almost anywhere that cellular service is available.

No, mobile broadband does not require a phone line. It uses cellular network technology, such as 3G, 4G LTE, or 5G, to provide internet connectivity. This allows users to access the internet through a SIM card in mobile devices or dedicated mobile broadband modems, independent of traditional landline connections.

Contact United Telecoms to explore a range of wireless broadband solutions tailored to your needs. Discover how we can enhance your business’s internet connectivity without the need for a phone line.

The number of devices that can connect to mobile broadband depends on the type of device or service used.

A single mobile broadband SIM card in a smartphone or tablet typically supports only that device’s connection.

However, using a mobile hotspot or portable router can allow multiple devices—usually between 5 to 10—to connect simultaneously, sharing the mobile broadband connection.

The exact number can vary based on the device’s capabilities and the network conditions.

Yes, mobile broadband is generally safe for use. It employs robust security protocols such as encryption and secure authentication methods to protect data transmission over cellular networks.

However, like any internet connection, it is advisable to use secure browsing practices and ensure devices are protected with updated security software to guard against potential cyber threats.

Contact our friendly and knowledgeable team with any questions you have about mobile broadband solutions.

LTE, or Long Term Evolution, is a standard for wireless broadband communication, widely recognised as 4G LTE. It provides significantly faster data speeds and improved network capacity compared to earlier 3G technology.

LTE supports high-definition video streaming, high-speed data transfer, and enhanced voice communications. This technology is integral to modern smartphones and various wireless communication devices, enabling efficient mobile internet access. LTE’s architecture allows for lower latency, meaning quicker response times during data transmission, which is crucial for applications like online gaming and real-time communication.

As an upgrade over previous generations, LTE has been instrumental in the evolution towards 5G, offering a bridge that enhances network performance while maintaining compatibility with older technologies.

An LTE data bundle refers to a pre-purchased package of data allocated specifically for use on LTE (Long Term Evolution) networks, known as 4G LTE. These bundles are typically offered by mobile service providers, allowing users to access high-speed internet on their devices at set data limits for a fixed price.

Data bundles are designed to match various usage needs, from minimal data for occasional browsing to extensive packages for heavy data consumption like streaming and large downloads. Purchasing an LTE data bundle can be cost-effective, as it often comes at a lower cost per gigabyte compared to standard pay-as-you-go rates.

Additionally, these bundles enhance the user experience by providing faster connection speeds and reduced latency, essential for high-quality video calls, seamless streaming, and efficient online gaming.

To find the best business LTE data bundle for your needs, contact United Telecoms today.

5G technology is the fifth generation of cellular network technology, designed to significantly improve the speed, capacity, and responsiveness of wireless networks.

It surpasses its predecessor, 4G LTE, by providing ultra-fast download and upload speeds that can exceed 1 Gbps, substantially reducing latency to nearly real-time. This enhancement supports smoother streaming and quicker downloads and enables advanced applications such as autonomous driving, massive IoT (Internet of Things) deployments, and augmented reality.

5G operates on three different spectrum bands: low, mid, and high-frequency, each offering different balances of speed and range. Its introduction facilitates a more connected world, providing the backbone for emerging technologies that require reliable and instantaneous data transfer.

As 5G networks expand globally, they promise to transform industries by enabling more efficient services and connecting more and more devices seamlessly.

The data speeds of 3G, 4G LTE, and 5G vary significantly, reflecting the technological advancements across generations.

3G networks, introduced in the early 2000s, offer typical download speeds from 384 Kbps to a few Mbps, suitable for web browsing and basic video streaming. 4G LTE, a major step up, was introduced in the 2010s and dramatically increased speeds, typically ranging from 5 to 50 Mbps, facilitating high-definition video streaming and fast downloads. 5G, the latest standard, pushes these boundaries even further, offering potential speeds of 1 Gbps or more, drastically reducing latency, and enabling real-time applications like augmented reality and connected IoT devices.

This progression not only enhances user experience but also supports more complex and data-intensive applications, making modern internet services more accessible and reliable.

For personalised guidance on selecting the ideal 4G LTE or 5G package that fits your specific needs, contact United Telecoms today.

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South Africa Map Outline

We service the following locations in South Africa

Western Cape: Cape Town, Belville, Paarl, Stellenbosch, Somerset West, Vredendal, Hout Bay, Green Point, Bloubergstrand, Durbanville, Melkbosstrand.
Eastern Cape: Port Elizabeth, Knysna, East London, George.
Kwa-Zulu Natal: Durban, Pinetown, Ladysmith, Newcastle, Ballito, Port Shepstone, Pietermaritzburg, Umhlanga, Westville, Hillcrest, Amanzimtoti.
Gauteng: Johannesburg, Vereeniging/Vaal, Sandton, Midrand, Pretoria, Centurion, Randburg, Roodepoort, Germiston, Alberton, Edenvale, Menlo Park.
Free State: Bloemfontein, Welkom, Bethlehem.
Mpumalanga: Witbank, Nelspruit.
Northern Cape: De Aar, Kimberley, Repra (Upington Area).
North West: Klerksdorp, Mafikeng.
Limpopo: Phalaborwa, Polokwane/Pietersburg.
Outside South Africa: Botswana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Namibia, Mozambique.

What Our Customers Say

“Once we approved the installations we were kept up to date daily with the levels of progress on our various sites and were very impressed with the final installation”

Spear Properties


Get In Touch

Head Office

19 Trinity Close
Cambridge Commercial Park

Tel: 086 001 8500

Email:  info@unitedtelecoms.net

6 Edison Way
Century City
Cape Town

Tel: 086 001 8500

Email:  info@unitedtelecoms.net

12 Sookhai Place
Derby Downs Office Park

Tel: 086 001 8500

Email:  info@unitedtelecoms.net

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