Top data deals for streaming
Vodacom and MTN bring you some great data deals that will keep you streaming all month long.
You already have the subscription to Showmax that allows you to watch thousands of movies, series, doccies and sport. Now all you need is a great deal to get you the data. Here are two top new deals from Vodacom and MTN to keep you online for less.
The Vodacom deal
Binge the latest series, watch a hot Hollywood hit or be engrossed in a documentary when you sign up for 80GB of data per month with Vodacom. For R299 per month, you get 50GB Anytime data, plus 30GB Night Owl data – perfect for downloading your favourite shows to watch offline later.
If 80GB sounds like a bit much, you can also sign up for 40GB for R199 per month. For an additional fee, you can get these deals with a Huawei router.
These deals are available until 6 September 2019. A R204 charge for SIM and connection applies.
The MTN deal
MTN is offering a similar deal until 30 September: 80GB of data for R299 per month for 24 months.
On the My MTNChoice 10GB data plan, you get 40GB Anytime data and 40GB Night Express, and in the first month, you get an additional 20GB promotional Anytime data and MTN’s 14GB Entertainment Pass, which you can use to access Showmax, DStv Now and other platforms.
This deal is also a SIM-only offer, or with a router for an additional R30 per month.
Plus, if you’re after even more data, for September MTN is offering a whopping 210GB for R599 per month. Download the September Deals Brochure to find out more. The deal includes 50GB per month for streaming content on Showmax and DStv Now – that’s over 15 hours of entertainment at medium quality. (Find out how much data you need on Showmax’s handy Bandwidth Calculator.)
What to do with your data
Or watch all six seasons so far of Younger, the sassy dramedy that’s only on Showmax. In September, look forward to off-beat Los Espookys and Ramy, the critically acclaimed series tracing the experience of a young Muslim-American.
There are also many new movies to enjoy, including Crazy Rich Asians and Wonder Woman, both coming in September. Or, if you’re a fan of documentaries, watch the ones everyone’s talking about, from Finding Neverland about the Michael Jackson scandal to HBO’s latest crime doccie, Who Killed Garrett Phillips?
Showmax hasn’t forgotten the kids either – Julia Donaldson’s Zog is the latest family movie to come exclusively to the platform, which also has several more films of her delightful books, including The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom.