Port Elizabeth, SA
Atlas Security are proud to announce that we now offer internet bundle solutions through our partner MetroFibre. This offer is exclusively available to our Atlas Security clients and is one more way in which Atlas Security provides added value to our loyal clients through specially reduced rates on a fibre internet solution.
The MetroFibre service is initially rolling out in Summerstrand, Humewood, Humerail and South End. MetroFibre are targeting Uitenhage and Despatch in the secondary phase.
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MetroFibre will look after your fibre requirements and Atlas Security will continue to keep you and your prized possessions safe.
Atlas Security clients sign up for this fibre offering via the Atlas Security website. The fibre service order is between you, the Atlas Security client, and MetroFibre.
Once you’ve signed up for the Atlas fibre offering, Atlas Security will take care of all the admin for you including loading up your service order. MetroFibre will look after you with all the following steps from installation and activation of your fibre service all the way through to after sales support. This includes any queries on the “go live” dates.
The fibre service contract is between the Atlas Security client and MetroFibre. Therefore you will be billed by MetroFibre and not Atlas Security. MetroFibre internet services are billed monthly in advance.
If the Premises contains a Termination Point (small white box for the fibre router to plug into):
Once you have received the order confirmation email, a contractor will contact you within 10 – 14 business days to arrange an Access Build installation assuming your area is shown on the project schedule / map on www.fibrepe.co.za . You as the customer must ensure that your required installation area in your residence is suitable for installation and that you are satisfied with the installation area chosen. This Termination Point will be installed as part of the placement of your order with Atlas Security.
If the Premises requires a Termination Point, an access build will be required:
You will be contacted within 10 – 14 business days after your area goes live by an installer to arrange a convenient date and time for the installation, subject to the availability of equipment and installers. The installer will provide you with the standard router to activate your service for internet connectivity.
Ideally you should only cancel your existing internet services when your fibre service is live. Unfortunately, owing to the nature of the fibre roll out, it is not possible to provide an exact “go live” date to each client and delays can take place on even the best planned projects.
It is advised that clients maintain their existing internet services until they have switched over to fibre. This will prevent a situation whereby internet access could be terminated prior to the fibre going live.
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By signing up for the Atlas Fibre deal, you will receive the following:
· Free Termination (TP) installation
· Free activation of services
· Wi-Fi Router at no cost
This is a premium ISP service offered at a competitive rate exclusively to Atlas Security clients only
This ISP offering is uncapped, unthrottled, unshaped and symmetrical allowing you to get the full fibre experience!
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Get reliable fibre with MetroFibre
MetroFibre owns the fibre infrastructure in the ground and is also an Internet Service Provider
Therefore if there’s a problem, regardless of whether it is with the physical fibre or the service itself, you deal with MetroFibre only who solves your problems as the single point of contact
There is only a 30 day notice period, so you are not locked into a long term contract! If you’re unhappy you can move without penalties
Once set up, you only pay for the internet services used – There are no hidden costs!
MetroFibre’s preferred method for installing fibre is Micro-trenching
This is a quick and unobtrusive method of installing fibre using a specialised machine with trained operators who cut a narrow and shallow trench into the road surface, right alongside the pavement where the curb and the tarmac meet
This means reduced trenches on the roadside and greatly reduces the chances of damage to water and power supply – so no unsightly and messy pavements and driveways to contend with
|Reduce your telephone bill||MetroFibre offers an incredibly competitive VOIP service offering which enables users to replace their telephone land lines for only R30 per month and with call rates of only R0.49 per minute billed per second which means short calls cost you less!|
Micro-trenching is a quick and unobtrusive method of installing fibre using a specialised machine with trained operators who cut a narrow and shallow trench into the road surface, right alongside the pavement where the curb and the tarmac meet. This means no open trenches on the roadside and greatly reduces the chances of damage to water and power supply – so no unsightly and messy pavements and driveways to contend with. A micro-trench is typically 30 to 50 millimetres wide and can be up to 400 millimetres deep. The cut is narrow enough to drive over so traffic flow will not be affected. The fibre conduit and cable are placed in this micro-trench and the area is backfilled and sealed with a specialised trench grout which restores the road back to its original surface. Being installed beneath the road surface also protects the fibre from typical roadside work and minimises the chances of your fibre lines being cut.
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