What is AfroIP

AfroIP is our Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology which allows you to make calls using your internet connection, rather than that of traditional copper phone lines (such as Telkom). it allows you to make affordable VoIP calls to any telephone number in the world, and free calls to other Afrisp VoIP numbers, via your Internet connection.

AfroIP Packages

are all pre-paid at the start of the month, but if you run out of minutes you can always top up. Choose the package that best suits your calling requirements.

AfroIP 1

50 Minutes

R 50 /Month

AfroIP 2

100 Minutes

R 100 /Month

AfroIP 3

300 Minutes

R 300 /Month

AfroIP 4

500 Minutes

R 500 /Month


Yes. Afrisp VoIP is a cloud-hosted service, which means you can take your number anywhere in the world. If you have Fibre or Fixed LTE, then you can cancel your Telkom landline rental and port your number across. This includes all South African numbers that start with 01, 02, 03, 04 and 05. Mobile numbers such as 083, 072 and 061 cannot be ported.

No, it does not cost extra to dial or for someone to call your own 087 number - it incurs the...

The SIP account can be configured on a total of up to 6 devices which then allows for up to 6 concurrent calls inbound or outbound.

It can take up to 14 working days (once your account is settled)  

It can take up to three business days. We will inform you as soon as your RICA application is approved, after which you can use your Afrisp VoIP service immediately.

  • An uncongested Internet connection such as Fibre to the Home (FTTH), Fixed Home LTE, or DSL.
  • A SIP/VoIP Phone - click here for our range of SIP phones.

You'll need to upload a copy of your ID or Passport and Proof of Residence. Proof of residence can be a utility or retail bill less than 3 months old. For example,you can use your bank statement, DSTV, phone/cell account etc. you can use your bank statement, DSTV, phone/cell account etc.

We do not limit the speed, however, we do recommend that your line speed is stable and more than 4 Mbps to get the most out of the service.