Supersonic is South Africas leading, next generation network and infrastructure solutions provider. By utilising state-of-the-art fibre optic networks, Supersonic is able to deliver fully integrated multimedia,telecommunication and security solutions to residential, commercial and hospitality developments. Our competitive advantage draws its strength from the diversity and technical capabilities of our networks,which guarantees a solid base for our core and value added service offerings. Our integrated networks deliver economies of scale to our valued clients and unprecedented value for money; notwithstanding the customer lifestyle dynamics. a Fusion of Lifestyle and Technology.
Supersonic is a Small member of ISPA
and has been a member since 2010-09-29
Member details
Support email:
Support phone: 0861 787 377
Licences: 003/IECS/JAN/09
Compliance information
Registered name: Supersonic FTTX (Pty) Ltd
Physical address: 216 14th Avenue
Abuse email:
Compliance statements
Supersonic is a proud member of ISPA and upholds the ISPA Code of Conduct for all products and services offered in South Africa.
Supersonic has nominated ISPA as its agent for the purpose of receiving take-down notifications in terms of Section 75 of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act.
Supersonic provides information on online safety for children.
Supersonic has indicated that it registers Internet domain names in the name of its clients.
Services offered
Internet access services
Digital subscriber line
Fixed line (copper)
Fibre-to-the-home (FTTH)
Mobile (eg. 3G, LTE)
WiFi access points
Hosting/cloud services
Website hosting (site hosted on ISP's servers)
Server hosting (client's hardware hosted on ISP's network)
Managed server hosting (client uses an ISP managed server)
Security services
Routers and switches
Mobile routers
VoIP handsets
Wifi equipment
Other services
Domain name services
Voice (or VoIP) services
Virtual private network services
Network management services
User defined additions
fixed wireless (Air fibre) and FLTE and 5G