Contact information
Address

Umhlanga Centre, Suite 3
185 Ridge Road, Umhlanga Rocks, Durban

Email

office@123net.co.za

Please do submit all address enquiries via the Service Request Form

August 2015

As we have begun rolling out our 123NET Fibre connectivity solutions to selected regions in South Africa, we need to expand our teams across the country.

We have been hard at work securing investment and planning with our technical teams around roll out and infrastructure requirements. Our CEO Kalin Bogatzevski says: “We’re ready to start hiring teams to begin construction in Durban, Cape Town, Pretoria, Johannesburg and Secunda. We’re not importing labour. We shall hire local people, not only to create jobs within our serviced areas but to also further entrench our commitment to working with locals to better their area’s connectivity solutions. Now that our modern machinery has been bought, we need qualified personnel to come on board and join the 123NET family, as we plan to implement our roll out programme starting from September.”

Owing to the success of our ‘on demand’ signup programmes, where community members in numerous suburbs in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and the whole town of Secunda have driven the process from within, it’s time to kick it up a notch. We’ve also noticed that while other companies may be retrenching staff, we’re bucking the trend and are ready to hire.

Have you got what it takes to join the 123NET team? Take a look at our current vacancies and submit your CV to hr@123net.co.za.

Current Vacancies at 123NET:

Region Infrastructure workers required Machine operators required FTTH technicians Interview period Begin work
Durban 32 12 12 Now September 2015
Cape Town 40 15 15 October 2016
Johannesburg
(incl. Secunda**)
40 15 15 October
(**Secunda - Now)
2016
(**September 2015)
Pretoria 24 9 9 October 2016
Port Elizabeth 8 3 3 2016 April 2016

500 times faster Internet claim is based on the current South Africa average for broadband of 2 Mbps download and 512 Kbps upload (ADSL). 1000 Mbps National download/upload cannot be achieved with most South African sites/services due to their currently limited connectivity.
While 123NET fibre is working actively to peer with everyone to provide the highest possible speeds, our Customers are welcome to use the Gigabit (1000 Mbps) bandwidth to all our Local content - hosted sites, email, multimedia, movies, music, games etc.