Frogfoot Fibre

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Frogfoot Fibre is a South African Licensed Infrastructure service provider, installing FTTH infrastructure throughout South Africa.[1][2][3] Frogfoot is owned by Abraham van der Merwe.[4][5][6] Frogfoot is the third biggest infrastructure provider competing against Vumatel and Openserve.[7][8][9]

Frogfoot Fibre
File:Frogfoot Logo.png
Founded 📆Abraham van der Merwe [10]
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️,
1 Scott St, Waverley, Johannesburg, 2090
South Africa
Area served 🗺️
Products 📟 FTTH infrastructure
Number of employees
📇 Address
📞 telephone


2021 National Outage[edit]

In May 2021, Frogfoot networks faced a National outage mainly in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, and East London.[11] In investigation revealed that the problem occurred due to a optical line terminal problem. The issue was fixed the following week.[12][13]

See Also[edit]


  1. "Frogfoot". Retrieved 2021-07-11.
  2. "Frogfoot Fibre - Afrihost". Retrieved 2021-07-11.
  3. "Frogfoot partners with 20 charities across SA for Mandela Day and encourages the public to help". Retrieved 2021-07-25.
  4. "Frogfoot Fibre". Home-Connect. Retrieved 2021-07-11.
  5. "Frogfoot Fibre Packages | Best Fibre ISPs ( Latest Deals 2021 ) | Coverage Map | Fibre Tiger". Retrieved 2021-07-11.
  6. "Frogfoot Fibre | Fibre & LTE Comparison". Best Internet. Retrieved 2021-07-11.
  7. "Review Companies Online | Customer Service & Company Ratings |". Retrieved 2021-07-25.
  8. "Frogfoot". Retrieved 2021-07-25.
  9. "Frogfoot". Retrieved 2021-07-25.
  10. "SignalHire Frogfoot South Africa". SignalHire. Retrieved 25 July 2021. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  11. Writer, Staff. "Big Frogfoot fibre network outage across South Africa". Retrieved 2021-07-25.
  12. Writer, Staff. "What's behind the Frogfoot fibre network outage". Retrieved 2021-07-25.
  13. "South African ISPs cut fibre-to-the-home prices, uncapped service now starts at ZAR 299 monthly". Retrieved 2021-07-25.

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