Say no to Internet-lessness
Are you at a loss to explain what LOL, WTF and OMG mean? Do you believe that Facebook is a novel about an A-Team character and that YouTube is a bendy bit on the back of a toilet? Are you unaware of the difference between ADSL and RSVP? Would you slap a stranger who said he was going to Google you?
If you answered yes to most of these questions, you're probably one of the millions of South Africans that have a condition called 'Internet-lessness'.
'Internet-lessness' is an absence of a connection to the Internet resulting from perceived high costs and/or a lack of knowledge of the benefits to be derived from being connected to the Internet.
Nashua Mobile, a leading telecommunications Service Provider, has made it its business to help the country beat this scourge. Nashua Mobile offers cures for Internet-lessness from as little as R49 a month.
Visit WWW.internet-lessness.co.za or call 0861 000 004 to find out which prescription best meets your needs and budget.