Wireless Internet means you receive your Internet connectivity through a wireless CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) on your roof. This CPE points to our nearest tower to connect to the Internet.
Jenny Internet is the first ISP in South Africa to give their clients the power to shape their own lines. Wireless Business is designed specifically for business usage. We provide you with a control panel that enables you to improve your business connection even if everyone in the office is sitting on YouTube. The high priority business setting, gives you a seamless high speed connection that is uninterrupted by video streaming.
- Designed specifically for business usage.
- Jenny Priority Flow (control panel to shape your own line)
- Low contention and latency
- Fantastic support via our call-centre, backed up by local technicians
- Online account management
Why shaping is necessary for an ISP ?
A totally unshaped Internet connection is usually advertised as an advantage but its NOT. If your connection is being abused, the service you want to use online will not necessarily work correctly. This means your ISP’s network is also not managed optimally.
ISP Blanket Shaping
ISPs with the right equipment try to shape your connection so that you get an overall good Internet experience. This does not work because the provider does not know how you use your Internet. They largely guess what you use it for. For example, if you have a video editing business and your ISP shapes Video Streaming, you will not be able to get the best possible speed out of your Internet.
Jenny Priority Flow
We provide you with a control panel to shape your own Internet for optimal performance.
Here are the default settings and options available for the different services.
Example Limit Updates
Simply log into your My-Jenny control panel and tick boxes to change your shaping on your Internet connection.
Is the Microsoft update slowing down your Internet connection?
You can select: [x] Limit Updates to 10% of your bandwidth
This will limit updates to only use 10% of your Internet connection. In turn everyone else on your network will experience faster speeds.