Huge TNS, in collaboration with MTN, has unveiled AirOne, a high-speed wireless Internet service catering to the needs of South African users. With packages starting at R799 per month for speeds of 50Mbps, AirOne aims to provide an alternative to fiber connectivity without the requirement of a nearby base station.
Matthew Venkatesan, the business development director of Huge TNS, praises the technology behind AirOne, emphasizing its low latency and ability to keep users productive, entertained, and connected even in low signal areas. The service combines quick broadband installation with affordability and resilience, meeting the demands of both home and corporate users in today’s work-from-home and remote environments.
AirOne offers the convenience of enjoying the speed and reliability benefits of fiber without the constraints of fixed-line connections. Users can expect a seamless experience with the added advantages of rapid deployment and the flexibility to easily adjust their subscription packages.
As a trusted provider of high-speed Internet, Huge TNS is committed to delivering secure and efficient solutions for corporate, SME, and home users. The company’s focus on resilience ensures that AirOne delivers on its promise of an always-on, high-speed wireless service.
With the integration of Huge Networks and Huge Telecom, Huge TNS continues to innovate and provide tailored offerings that meet the evolving voice and data needs of businesses and consumers in the post-pandemic era. Customers can conveniently manage their AirOne subscriptions through the ClientZone online portal, streamlining their experience without the need to interact with a contact center.
The expanded national presence of Huge TNS covers Gauteng, Western Cape, Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Escort, East London, Gqeberha, Bloemfontein, Kimberly, and George, ensuring broad access to the AirOne service across South Africa.