You can pay as little as R50 for 1 gig of data with Rain

CAPE TOWN - South African tech start-up, Rain disrupted the mobile data industry by launching the first 4G data-only network and one data plan of R50 for 1 gig of data.

Rain operates on a data-only 4G network which charges a service of 5c per meg. According to their site, Rain promises a simple mobile plan without the fuss of contracts and where data bundles never expire. 

When Rain was first introduced, they promised consumers data that never expires. Now, the mobile data provider has added a new feature which comprises of one plan that costs R50 per 1 gig of data, reports Business Insider. 

Consumers only pay for the data that they use, at the end of the month. 

You can pay as little as R50 for 1 gig of data with Rain

        Picture: Rain. (Screengrab). 

How to register with Rain

Considering the affordability of this plan, you may wonder how you can go about registering. 

Take a look below:

- You can join Rain online by filling in your relevant details. 

- The next step is to choose your sim and device and you will receive free unlimited data days. 

- The sim will then be delivered to your door. 

- You can then enjoy up to 90 days

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