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Founded in 1985, United Telecoms has expanded to meet the growing need for reliable, high-speed, and affordable wireless broadband internet solutions.

Today, we are renowned as a leading provider of wireless broadband services designed to support the diverse connectivity needs of businesses across 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.

We provide 4G LTE, 5G, fixed wireless, satellite, and WiFi solutions to cater to the internet needs of small, medium, and large enterprises, guaranteeing seamless and high-speed access crucial for their business efficiency.

Reach out to find the ideal wireless broadband solution to meet your business requirements. Call the national office number provided below or initiate a conversation using the “chat now” button located in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

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What is wireless internet?

Wireless internet, also commonly referred to as wireless broadband, allows devices to connect to the internet via a wireless network—without the need for extensive infrastructure commonly associated with other connectivity solutions such as fibre.

It encompasses a diverse range of services such as satellite, WiFi, and mobile wireless broadband. Mobile wireless broadband provides seamless internet access on the go, utilising powerful mobile networks like 4G LTE and 5G. Additionally, fixed wireless solutions are available to deliver broadband service to specific, fixed locations.

Utilising advanced wireless technology, these solutions offer a reliable and high-speed broadband service, catering to the ever-growing demand for seamless internet connectivity in both personal and professional settings.

Contact us for assistance finding a wireless broadband solution that suits your business needs.

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Wireless broadband internet services for your business

Discover our extensive range of wireless broadband services, including 5G, 4G LTE, fixed wireless, satellite, and WiFi solutions, each tailored to meet the unique needs of your business.

From scalable options for small startups to comprehensive packages for large corporations, our services provide seamless integration, flexible subscription plans, and reliable connectivity.

Power your business operations with our high-speed internet solutions, with affordable data rates and backed by expert support. Explore our solutions below and enquire now.

Mobile broadband

Our mobile broadband services leverage SIM-based 4G LTE and cutting-edge 5G technology, ensuring high-speed internet access via top network operators such as MTN, Vodacom, and Telkom.

Operating through mobile towers, this wireless broadband solution offers a cost-effective and reliable alternative to fibre, particularly in areas where fibre is not readily available.

Ideal for customers requiring fast, flexible internet across diverse locations, it benefits from reduced roaming costs and fixed LTE technology, eliminating the need to roam across towers.

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Fixed wireless internet

Fixed broadband wireless utilises a small dish on your roof to establish a direct P2P (point-to-point) line-of-sight connection to a nearby tower, offering a wide range of connectivity options comparable to fibre.

It serves as a dependable solution for areas without fibre access, providing a high-speed, unshaped, and uncontended internet connection.

Further, the reduced roaming expenses associated with fixed wireless broadband make it a cost-effective option. Utilising fixed LTE technology signals firmly lock onto a single tower, ensuring stability without the need to roam across multiple towers.

Get in touch with us to find the right fixed wireless solution and package based on your needs.

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Satellite internet

Our satellite internet service offers high-speed connectivity to even the most remote areas, ideal for operations outside conventional network coverage, such as farms and game reserves.

This technology enables direct communication with satellites in space, offering speeds suitable for a variety of business needs.

Designed for locations without tower access, our satellite internet service provides a reliable internet connection with sufficient capacity for essential online activities, keeping your remote operations seamlessly connected.

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WiFi solutions

Enhance your connectivity with our comprehensive WiFi solutions, which include managed switches and access points designed to provide extensive coverage for all your network needs.

Our offerings also include WiFi-compatible IP phones designed to integrate seamlessly with your existing network infrastructure. They support voice communications and use the same network for data transmission.

With dual-band support (2.4GHz for broad coverage and 5GHz for high-speed access), our systems ensure reliable connectivity across devices tailored for business use.

Submit your enquiry to find a WiFi solution that suits your needs.

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Benefits of wireless broadband with United Telecoms

United Telecoms leads the way in wireless broadband solutions in South Africa. We provide tailored, high-speed, and reliable mobile and fixed wireless services designed to boost your connectivity and keep you connected wherever you are.

Explore the key benefits of our wireless broadband offerings below, and contact us to set up a wireless internet solution tailored to your requirements.

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Our broadband partners

We collaborate with premier broadband providers to offer our customers unmatched wireless internet services—including MTN, Vodacom, Telkom, Comsol, Skywire, Tarana, and Vox. These partnerships guarantee wide coverage and top-tier, reliable internet connectivity.

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Frequently asked questions about wireless internet

Wireless broadband connects businesses to the internet using radio frequencies, minimising the need for extensive physical cabling.

It employs different technologies ideal for various environments: Wi-Fi provides localised coverage within office spaces, allowing devices to connect to the internet through a router. Mobile networks like 3G, 4G LTE, and 5G offer wider area connectivity using cellular towers, essential for maintaining internet access while on the move. These networks transmit data through high-frequency radio waves, enabling fast and efficient communication across extensive areas.

Fixed wireless utilises a dish fixed on the building’s rooftop and antennas to establish a line-of-sight broadband connection with a nearby base station, ensuring reliable and high-speed internet access, ideal for remote or rural areas where laying cables is impractical.

Additionally, satellite internet provides internet access to geographically isolated locations by transmitting signals from satellites orbiting Earth. This technology ensures connectivity where terrestrial networks like fibre are unavailable, offering reliable global coverage.

United Telecoms specialises in providing tailored wireless broadband solutions that enhance business efficiency and connectivity. Contact us for high-speed, reliable internet services that adapt to your specific needs.

The reliability of wireless internet varies based on the technology used, signal strength, and environmental conditions. Technologies such as Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G LTE, 5G, Fixed Wireless and Satellite Internet offer diverse solutions for high-speed connectivity:

  • Wi-Fi is widely accessible and can provide fast internet speeds. However, its reliability decreases with distance from the router and is susceptible to interference from walls and other electronic devices.
  • Mobile Networks (3G, 4G LTE, 5G) deliver connectivity almost anywhere. 5G technology, in particular, promises exceptionally high speeds and low latency, improving the quality of service. Still, these networks can suffer from congested signals in crowded areas or during peak times.
  • Fixed Wireless provides dependable high-speed internet through direct line-of-sight connections between antennas. While effective, its performance can be compromised by physical obstructions.
  • Satellite Internet offers vital connectivity, especially in remote locations. However, it can be affected by adverse weather conditions, leading to temporary disruptions.

Despite potential drawbacks, continuous technological advancements are enhancing the stability and efficiency of wireless internet, making it a reliable choice for both personal and professional applications.

Contact United Telecoms to learn more about the benefits and constraints of wireless internet for your specific business requirements.

Wireless internet and broadband are terms often used interchangeably, but they describe different aspects of internet access.

Broadband is a wide-bandwidth data transmission that conveys multiple signals and traffic types. It offers high-speed internet access that is always on and faster than traditional dial-up access. Broadband can include several technologies such as DSL, cable modem, fibre, and satellite.

Wireless internet, on the other hand, refers specifically to the method of broadcasting broadband internet over the air using radio waves. This can be achieved through various wireless technologies, including Wi-Fi (local area network), mobile networks (3G, 4G LTE, and 5G), and fixed wireless access points.

Understanding the nuances between these can guide you in choosing the right internet service. If you’re exploring wireless broadband solutions for seamless, high-speed internet access without the constraints of physical connections, contact United Telecoms. Our experts can provide detailed information and help tailor a solution that perfectly fits your business requirements.

Wi-Fi and broadband are related but distinct components of internet access.

Broadband is a term for high-speed internet access that is faster and more reliable than traditional dial-up. It encompasses several types of internet connections, such as DSL, cable, fibre optics, and satellite. Essentially, broadband provides a wide bandwidth connection to the Internet.

Wi-Fi, on the other hand, is a technology that uses radio waves to provide wireless high-speed internet and network connections. It is a method to access or distribute the broadband connection wirelessly within a particular area, such as in a home or a business.

While broadband is the internet connection itself, Wi-Fi is merely a conduit to access that connection wirelessly.

Wireless broadband and fibre optic internet are two leading technologies offering high-speed internet access, but they cater to different needs and environments.

Fibre optic technology is known for its incredibly high-speed potential, stability, and bandwidth capacity, making it ideal for heavy usage and data-intensive operations. It transmits data through light signals along a glass or plastic fibre line, which can lead to faster speeds and lower latency compared to wireless broadband.

On the other hand, wireless broadband, which includes technologies like 4G, 5G, and fixed wireless, offers the advantage of easier deployment and flexibility, particularly in a geographic location where laying fibre cables is challenging or too costly.

Choosing between wireless broadband and fibre depends on your specific needs, such as speed requirements, budget, and geographical constraints. Contact United Telecoms for detailed advice tailored to your situation and to explore a range of high-quality internet solutions. Our experts can guide you through the options to ensure you find the perfect fit for your connectivity needs.

Installing wireless internet involves a few key steps, which are typically handled by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Here’s what you can generally expect:

  1. Choose an ISP: Select an ISP that offers high-speed wireless internet service in your area. Consider factors such as speed, cost, and customer reviews.
  2. Schedule an Installation: Once you’ve chosen your ISP, schedule an installation date. The ISP will send a technician to your location to set up the necessary equipment.
  3. Equipment Setup: The technician will install a wireless router and other required devices to provide connectivity. This may involve setting up additional hardware to enhance signal strength and coverage.
  4. Network Configuration: The technician will configure your network, set up security protocols, and ensure that your internet is functioning correctly across all devices.
  5. Testing: Before completing the setup, the technician will test the connection to ensure it offers stable and high-speed internet access.
  6. Customer Support: Most ISPs offer a technical support team to assist with any post-installation issues or questions about your service.

Contact United Telecoms’ expert team today for detailed information on plans and installation procedures or to address specific needs. Our skilled team is committed to ensuring a fast and streamlined setup of your wireless internet solution.

A fixed wireless internet service provides high-speed internet through radio waves, connecting a subscriber’s location directly to an internet service provider’s (ISP) base station.

Unlike traditional wired connections like DSL or cable, fixed wireless uses a small dish or antenna installed at your business to receive the signal. This technology is especially beneficial in rural or underdeveloped areas where laying cables is impractical or too expensive.

One of the key advantages of fixed wireless is its ability to quickly deploy broadband speeds to specific geographic locations without the need for extensive physical infrastructure. It offers a reliable and competitive alternative to satellite and other forms of broadband internet, with the added benefits of lower latency and fewer weather-related disruptions.

For businesses in areas lacking robust wired services, fixed wireless presents a viable and efficient internet solution.

Contact our team to learn more about the benefits of fixed wireless for your business.

A wireless network is a system that uses radio waves to link devices like computers, smartphones, and tablets to the Internet and each other without physical wires.

At the heart of this network is a wireless router, which broadcasts the signal that devices use to connect. The router receives data from the Internet and turns it into a radio signal, which is then picked up by the network-enabled devices.

This setup eliminates the need for physical cabling, making it easier to connect multiple devices over distances where wiring would be inconvenient or impossible.

Wireless networks are particularly useful in environments where mobility is essential, allowing users to maintain connectivity as they move around within the signal range of the router.

The main difference between wired and wireless networks lies in how they connect devices to the Internet and to each other. A wired network uses physical cables (such as Ethernet cables) to connect devices directly to a router or modem, providing connectivity. This method typically offers faster and more stable service because it is less susceptible to interference and signal strength issues.

On the other hand, a wireless network uses radio waves transmitted by a router to provide connectivity. Devices like laptops, smartphones, and tablets use built-in wireless cards to communicate with the router. While wireless networks offer greater flexibility and ease of installation, they can sometimes experience reduced speeds and increased latency due to physical obstacles, distance from the router, and other environmental factors.

Each type of network has its advantages, and for advice tailored to your business’s internet needs, we recommend contacting an expert from our team.

To get wireless internet in South Africa, you have several options depending on your location and needs.

Major service providers offer various forms of wireless internet, including 4G LTE, 5G, fixed wireless access, and satellite internet. You can choose a plan that fits your usage requirements and budget. Consider factors like speed, data limits, and coverage to select the most suitable provider and plan.

United Telecoms provides a comprehensive range of wireless broadband solutions tailored to the specific needs of your business. Whether you require 5G, 4G LTE, fixed wireless, satellite, or WiFi, our plans are designed to ensure seamless operations and robust connectivity.

Discover the perfect solution for your business and enhance your connectivity with United Telecoms.

Got questions? Contact our experts today.

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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