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Fibre to the Home

Fast, super-affordable broadband is now a reality for those who live within the Frogfoot air coverage areas. Frogfoot’s Wi-Fi-only Fibre solution offers the choice of two packages, starting from as little as R289pm*

  • Faster connectivity speeds that are secure and highly reliable at an affordable rate
  • Connects to multiple smart devices, supports video streaming, VoIP calling, and lightning-fast browsing
  • Choose from our range of uncapped and capped bundles
  • Build your FTTH package to suit your needs by adding uncapped voice, a line up to 1 Gbps , Office 365 and so much more
  • Check availability in your area NOW
  • Self-installation is also available.

We’ve got tons of packages to choose from, including free standard installation and activation to the value of R3000!*

*Sign up today and get 5 Free Vox Mail email addresses with 5GB storage and Free Microsoft Office Online which includes Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, and Teams just to name a few. Works on Windows 10 PC, Mac, or Chromebook.

*Please note: These are dependent on area coverage.

*T&Cs apply.


  • Stay connected

    Connect with friends and family all over the world without the scary telephone bills: Experience crystal clear VoIP calls and lag-free video calling on your fibre connection.

  • Be entertained

    Forget about buffering: stream rich HD content like films, series and music, including smooth video-on-demand playback and online gaming. Plus, speedy downloading!

  • Work from home

    Surfers paradise: with fibre-fast connectivity you can quickly send and receive large files, access video conferencing, and make the most of cloud-based services.

  • Go smart

    Convert your house into a smart home, linking IP security cameras, smart sensors, lighting and other Internet of Things devices all to your fibre connection.

Frequently Asked Questions

ADSL runs over existing copper wire infrastructure which is often unreliable, heavily contended and offers average speeds of around 4Mbps. Fibre, on the other hand, transmits information as light impulses along flexible glass fibres at incredible speed, allowing users to achieve speeds of up to 1000mbps. Fibre connections are around 250 times faster than ADSL ones.

Vox will order a line from the Fibre supplier (Openserve, Frogfoot, Vumatel, Fibrehoods, WAN, Octotel, Mitsol or DFA depending on your suburb) who then lays fibre outside the property boundary wall. The fibre line supplier then needs to run fibre from your boundary wall to inside your home and connect it to a Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) device. The make /model of the CPE device is supplier dependent. Vox will then install a WAN enabled wireless router (which is provided for free on all of our bundle offerings) to get you connected to super-fast internet

No. Fibre runs completely independently of your traditional voice (analogue/copper) line

The router needs to be compatible with fibre. Vox will provide you with the appropriate router/modem with your package of choice.

Yes you can, using the Vox Supafone or with the Vobi App. This can save up to 30% on your call costs, alternativly you can bolt on our uncapped calling plan (some of our awesome bundles include the above products)

Content Hub

Vox 4 Thought
How Much Speed Do You Need? A Guide to Choosing Your Fibre Package
Having a Goldilocks moment when it comes to selecting your Fibre package? We’ll help you find the option that’s just right.
Blue Fibre optic cables | Vox Fibre to the Home | image
Product News
HYPA brings unlimited, affordable prepaid wireless internet to local communities
Vox is looking to spur fibre uptake in several previously disadvantaged communities around South Africa through the launch of its subsidiary HYPA, an Internet Service Provider (ISP) which focuses on providing cost-effective unlimited wireless connectivity, enabled by fibre, to areas covered by the Vuma Reach network. South Africans from across socio-economic backgrounds are increasingly consuming more content and services online; in areas that do not have any type of fixed-line connectivity, users are entirely reliant on mobile connectivity, despite the high data costs. In response, fibre network operators are expanding their networks to cater to customers in areas such as Mitchells Plain, Grassy Park, Chatsworth, Phoenix, Gonubie, Soweto, Soshanguve, and Vosloorus. Through HYPA, residents of these areas will be able to get affordable, prepaid wireless internet access at their homes that provide them with unlimited data, which makes it ideal for streaming videos and music, consuming online services and more. The barriers to entry have been further reduced as there are no installation or connection fees, or long-term contracts that users need to sign up for.
Product News
Make any household device more intelligent with Vox IoT
For people looking for an innovative, user-friendly, and affordable way to enhance their lives in a connected world, Sixth Sense, an Internet of Things (IoT) product powered by Vox has launched. This is a range of low-powered sensors that deliver a variety of practical use cases for the average South African household.
Vox 4 Thought
The death of local ADSL: What's the best alternative?
ISPs to ensure that affected customers are migrated to other forms of connectivity before ADSL cut-off date.
The death of local ADSL: What's the best alternative?
Vox 4 Thought
The Key to a Great Fibre Deal is Found in the Fine Print
When choosing a new Fibre deal, make sure you’re not comparing apples to pears – which are also full of fibre, just a different kind.
Fibre Deal | Vox Fibre to the Home | Vox FTTH
Product News
New Bundles from Frogfoot!
They say that nobody forgets their first time, and for the most part this is true. Especially when it comes to Fibre.
Vox 4 Thought
Fibre helps drive SA economy during COVID-19 pandemic
Read more on how fibre helps drive SA economy during COVID-19.
Featured Image - Fibre helps drive SA economy during COVID-19 pandemic | Vox blog
Vox 4 Thought
Hating Your Home Wi-Fi Network? Let’s Fix It.
Diagnosing your home network’s problems is one of the greatest tech frustrations. 
Hating Your Home WiFi Network? Let’s Fix It.
Vox 4 Thought
Lockdown and the way it has changed the way mobile data services us
Access to reliable connectivity has become as much a necessity as air and water – an absolute must-have to rate a livelihood in the digital age. 
Lockdown and the way it has changed the way mobile data services us
Case Studies
Vox FTTH - Shelly van Heerden (Online Gamer) Case Study
Read how switching from ADSL to fibre changed Shelly van Heerden's online gaming experience.
Image of Shelly van Heerden (Online Gamer) | Vox Case Study
Vox 4 Thought
Fibre is Critical to Serving the Country in its Moment of Need
South Africa's lockdown to combat coronavirus has highlighted the need for reliable, high-speed Fibre for the economy to keep going.
Fibre is critical to serving the country in its moment of need
Vox 4 Thought
How we at Vox are helping our customers
During these trying times, staying connected is crucial in order to work from home, ensure the children can continue learning, and keep streaming your favourite content.
Supporting customers | Vox (Thought Leadership)

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