Vodacom or MTN subscriber? Cell C will give you a phone and R10 000 to switch

If you’re on contract at Vodacom or MTN, and you switch to Cell C, you’ll earn up to R10 000.

In addition, you’ll receive a new phone (after you hand in your old one) and the assurance that the price you pay will remain unchanged for two years.

This promotion lasts until 30 September 2015.

We interviewed Duncan McCleod, Editor of Tech Central, about this offer to buy out post-paid subscribers from their contracts up to the value of R10 000.

Scroll down to listen to the interview.

It all comes down to the fine-print. The R10 000 will only be for the most expensive contracts.

Duncan McCleod, Editor of Tech Central

This will cost Cell C hundreds of millions of rands.

Duncan McCleod, Editor of Tech Central

Cell C has done extremely well in the pre-paid market; now they’re also challenging this one.

Duncan McCleod, Editor of Tech Central

Cell C’s network is a big concern. They are, however, making large investments in their network.

Duncan McCleod, Editor of Tech Central

If you’re still on contract you’re paying more than you should be.

Duncan McCleod, Editor of Tech Central

This article first appeared on 702 : Vodacom or MTN subscriber? Cell C will give you a phone and R10 000 to switch


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