Yes, Think Wi-fi is owned by South African investors and was founded by South African entrepreneurs.
Get in touch with us via our e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us where you are located and motivate what you would use the wi-fi for in your situation. Alternatively, complete our online application form and submit it to us.
We’re in the process of expanding our network capabilities to start covering all major and rural towns across the country. However, we have ambitious plans to roll wi-fi out across the whole of South Africa. Wherever there are people, there will be wi-fi.
Depending on density and amount of concurrent users, you should be able to surf the web at speeds of up to 30 Mbps.
Our wi-fi emitters should have an optimal reach of about 100 m depending on infrastructure (walls and metal structures) and line of sight.
Yes, you don’t have to pay anything. Just like Youtube, you simply watch an ad (or skip it) and then you can access the internet.
Yes, we offer fast, free uncapped wi-fi. You won’t have to worry about topping up with expensive data on your cellphone when you use the Think Wi-fi service.
If you’d like to work with us as a wi-fi ambassador (or as a technician) in your community, please send your CV with relevant work experience and a covering letter to email@example.com. Preference will be given to candidates living in the community where the job opportunity exists.
Yes, Think Wi-fi is completely platform agnostic. The wi-fi connection will work on all internet-capable Android or Apple iOS cellphones, including PC and Mac laptops, desktop computers or tablets.
We’ve created a step by step guide of how to connect that you can view here.
Connecting should work similarly across different platforms. Simply follow the steps as illustrated. If you still have trouble connecting, please contact our call centre during office hours.
The 4th Industrial Revolution (also known as 4IR or Industry 4.0 in the technology industry) refers to the impact that technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), 3D printing and cloud computing will have on the world. It will ring in an age of unlimited information and intelligence, where everyone will have access to the internet and our shared wealth of information.