Which network providers offer the best cellphone deals?

The latest quarterly Perfect Package Tracker released by Tariffic, the tariff saving company, finds that MTN and Cell C are the mobile networks which offer the deals which are most cost-effective for customers.

Speaking to #NightTalk's Gugs Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo, Tariffic's Chief Executive and Excitement Officer Antony Seeff said that the Perfect Package Tracker focused on the best deals for people looking for a contract, with a specific phone in mind.

Listen to the #NightTalk interview below

Most people aren’t happy with their networks, and many people are spending so much on cellphone bills

Antony Seeff

People are on the wrong cellphone packages

Antony Seeff

Your choice on networks should be based on the networks you're interested in, the handset you want, and what is right for you

Antony Seeff
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