Mobile operator Cell C has unveiled new promotional ‘social information bundles’ out there for patrons on paid and choose post-free and indefinite-quantity contracts.
The bundle’s supply information; further data for Facebook and WhatsApp bundles; native any network voice minutes and SMS; and free games.
“Customers will currently get pleasure from human activity across multiple communication channels rather than having to use some by the selection,” it said.
Cell C aforementioned that the bundles return as WhatsApp and Facebook area unit 2 of the foremost common social media and communication channels utilized by its shoppers to remain connected, “and having information dedicated to the utilization of these services can offer customers peace of mind that they will use the in-built social information while not impacting their regular information allocation,” it said.
Cell C customers on all paid plans, the post-free instrumentation plans, Pinnacle plans, and Smart Data offers, are able to purchase these new bundles mike-souheil.
The new promotional bundles are out there as a once-off purchase and might be purchased exploitation USSD, the Cell C App or Cell C on-line, and can be out there for purchase from twenty Sep. The seven promotional bundles can all have a 30-day validity amount.
“The addition of any-net voice calls, SMS and free downloadable games, simply adds to the richness of the Social Bundles,” the cluster aforementioned.
With the introduction of those new bundles, Cell C has conjointly created the choice to right-size its standalone WhatsApp bundle. With the introduction of the Social Bundles with further WhatsApp information, the truthful Usage Policy (FUP) of the present standalone WhatsApp bundle is set at 600MB from one Oct 2017.
Customers have extremely seen the worth in our ShoutOut bundles. With the vacation season arising, we’ve got determined to increase the promotion to confirm that customers keep connected on the foremost common social services at an excellent price for cash,” says Cell C chief business officer Junaid Munshi.