MTN has recently slashed their mobile broadband uncapped offerings for their MTN Uncapped Lite and MTN Uncapped Pro. The products are 24-month contracts where you supposedly get unlimited internet every month, unfortunately the claim of unlimited internet is far from the truth. MTN states that the fair usage policy will not apply until the 1st February 2012 , and after that period if customers exceed more than 3GIG their internet speeds will be dramatically reduced to a snails pace.The Lite product costs R289 and you can either choose to get a 3g dongle MTN Fastlink E367 or a sharelink B660 router. Once you exceed the 3Gigs of internet your internet speed will be dramatically reduced to 128kbps. 128kbs is not even fast enough for browsing, and it will take 1-3 minutes to a load most website pages instead of 5-20 seconds. MTN should stop wasting their time and just offer a 2MB unlimited mobile broadband product and charge it at a reasonable price of R500 or less. If you buy the MTN uncapped lite you are effectively buying 3GIG of internet for R289 a month. CellC, Vodacom and even MTN themselves have much cheaper offerings. This offer is a no go from me.