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Black Friday: Vodacom, MTN, Rain, Telkom, Cell C… discounts on data, tech deals

25 November 2020 2:47 PM
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Rain
MTN
Telkom
Technology
Vodacom
Cell C
Black Friday
Data
Electronics
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data prices
mobile data
4g
lte
5G
Lester Kiewit
The Midday Report on CapeTalk
Nazareen Ebrahim
Socially Acceptable
consumer electronics
Supersonic
fixed data

"Retailers are pushing out as much stock as possible," says Nazareen Ebrahim. "Better data prices, newer devices…"

Black Friday in a pandemic is pretty much like any other Black Friday, it just goes on for longer.

Many stores have early discounts and extended deals, forced to apply safety protocols that mitigate personal contact and the mad rush of previous years.

Lester Kiewit interviewed Nazareen Ebrahim (CEO at Socially Acceptable), asking her about any tech deals worth pursuing.

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Some tech-heavy Black Friday highlights

  • Vodacom – various deals offering discounts on mobile and fixed data

  • MTN – discounts of up to 47% on fixed data

  • Rain – “unlimited 4G for phones” for R299 and “unlimited home 5G” at R479 per month for the first three months

  • Telkom – various deals

  • Cell C – various deals

  • Supersonic - 60GB home broadband for R199 per month and uncapped fixed-LTE for R999 per month

Retailers are pushing out as much stock as possible… Better grocery prices, better data prices… newer devices…

Nazareen Ebrahim, CEO - Socially Acceptable

I’ve used the Checkers app – it gets you 30 products in 60 minutes. Woolworths now also announced a 60-minute delivery service… Hopefully, they’ll get their five-day turnaround time down to 60 minutes!

Nazareen Ebrahim, CEO - Socially Acceptable

RELATED: Woolworths announces 'Woolies Dash' to take on Checkers’ wildly popular Sixty60


Mask-wearing is required… but social distancing is not happening.

Nazareen Ebrahim, CEO - Socially Acceptable

For more detail, listen to the interview in the audio below [skip to 3:29].




25 November 2020 2:47 PM
Tags:
Rain
MTN
Telkom
Technology
Vodacom
Cell C
Black Friday
Data
Electronics
tech
data prices
mobile data
4g
lte
5G
Lester Kiewit
The Midday Report on CapeTalk
Nazareen Ebrahim
Socially Acceptable
consumer electronics
Supersonic
fixed data

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