Here we stand in early 2023 – with the world around us vastly different to the one we remember a short few years ago.

The turn of the decade has brought with it a fair few changes. Less electricity, a deep-rooted fear of masks, the ability to tell strangers to back off – it’s a long list, but right at the very top stands the undisputed king of them all (and, with this, one unquestionable truth): the dawn of the Internet is well underway.

Let’s face it: Connectivity is King. In fact, Internet as a whole has become so important, it’s basically a human need right next to food, water, and (of course) Netflix. Think of the world we live in without it. First of all, we’d probably be using pigeons and smoke signals to get our message across (a concept we don’t doubt would NOT fly well with our CEO). We’d communicate less and distance ourselves more. Vox wouldn’t exist, and neither would any of our competitors (although, in those instances, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing) – the world would be infinitely different, and altogether for the worse.

In fact, it’s safe to say that the Internet has redefined the way we work, play, engage and interact – even altering our behaviour, the things we like, and the way we spend our money.

Think about it…

Thanks to the Internet, introverts can have a social life without having to leave the house (who needs people when you have TikTok and pizza on demand? Speaking of which – Connectivity has made it possible to order pretty much anything online, from groceries to clothes to a pet rock, if that’s your thing (although with that comes the downside of explaining why you just spent R200 on artisanal mustard). Today, anyone can become a self-taught “expert” (provided Wikipedia isn’t your primary source) and instilled a universal culture of barely suppressed procrastination (why do important things when you can get lost in the warm embrace of TikTok?). We wouldn’t have online dating or digital banking. We’d game in isolation and be limited to Anaconda at 8pm on a Sunday (again) while having to binge watch a mixture of Ricky Lake and Steven Seagal.

For better, for worse, our world is defined (or should we say redefined?) by that thing called Connectivity. There are a million ways to use it, and a million reasons to choose it – which, incidentally, also gives customers a million or so motives to get connected with Vox.

All jokes aside, let’s take a look at the real benefits of effective Connectivity – which should help you on your journey to signing up with Vox.

  • Economic growth: Connectivity is essential for economic growth as it facilitates trade, communication, and transportation. With the help of the internet and other digital tools, businesses can reach a global audience, find new markets, and operate more efficiently. This has led to increased competition and innovation, which has in turn, spurred economic growth.
  • Access to information: The internet and other digital tools have made it easier than ever before to access information. People can now learn new things, research different topics, and stay up to date with the latest news and events from all around the world. This has led to increased knowledge and understanding, which has helped to bridge cultural divides and promote greater global cooperation.
  • Social connections: Connectivity also plays a crucial role in building and maintaining social connections. Through social media and other digital platforms, people can connect with each other regardless of their physical location. This has helped to strengthen relationships, foster new friendships, and create new communities.
  • Healthcare: Connectivity is also transforming the healthcare industry by improving the speed and quality of patient care. With the help of telemedicine, patients can now consult with doctors remotely, receive diagnoses and prescriptions, and even undergo treatment from the comfort of their own homes. This has led to improved health outcomes, reduced costs, and greater access to care.
  • Education: Connectivity is also revolutionizing the way we learn and teach. With the help of digital tools, students can access a wealth of educational resources, collaborate with their peers, and learn at their own pace. This has helped to make education more accessible, engaging, and effective.

So, there you have it: a wealth of reasons for us to Connect you. But, you ask, how do we do it? Well, here are your options…

  1. FTTH: As the name suggests, this is Fibre to your Home (naturally). It’s fast, it’s safe, it’s the best – you’ve heard it, we do it, and it’s the bread and butter of our ethos.
  2. FTTB: Like Home Fibre, but better – if your business isn’t getting their Fibre on, you’re already a step behind the competition.
  3. LTE: Fast like Fibre without the cabling, LTE provides a cheaper, more versatile Connectivity solution for users who need speed without the F word.
  4. Satellite: from the mountains to the sea, Satellite is your gateway to getting reliable Internet anywhere, anytime- no matter how remote.
  5. DSL: harken for the days of copper cabling: this is the backbone of old school Connectivity, and many people still swear by it.
  6. In addition to this, we do extenders, protectors, improvers – you name it, we have it.

Long story short, we’re masters of Connectivity for a good reason (actually, for a few good reasons). The only question left? Which reason is the one you need to change your life?