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On 15 June FNB becomes the first financial institution in South Africa to launch a mobile network.
FNB Connect will then start selling SIM cards for its virtual network that will roam on Cell C’s infrastructure.
We interviewed Ravesh Ramlakan, Chief Executive Officer of FNB Connect.
Listen to the audio (scroll down) for more detail.
We can give the customer a better experience and we can help them better manage their spending. We have a very powerful front-end to service our customers.— Ravesh Ramlakan, FNB Connect
You can get an FNB SIM by logging into online banking. You can keep your number and you’ll have your SIM delivered within three days.— Ravesh Ramlakan, FNB Connect
This article first appeared on 702 : FNB to launch mobile network on 15 June