Cell C has announced two new data promotions that allow users to browse the Internet for 2c per MB late at night and early in the morning.
In response to customer demand, Cell C has launched two new data promotions that give great value for late night and early morning Internet users.
Customers can, from 10 October, get their hands on one of two GigaNite bundles, which will give them cheaper data to use from midnight until 6am daily.
Customers can bolt either a 10GB bundle at R149 per month or the 20GB bundle at R249 per month onto any Cell C SmartData postpaid contract, depending on their overnight data needs. The 10GB or 20GB GigaNite bundle will be loaded in addition to the ‚”anytime‚” bundle that comes as part of the customer’s selected SmartData contract. GigaNite bundles will be available to new and existing SmartData postpaid customers.
‚”Since we have significant capacity available on our network at night, we decided to pass on this benefit to customers and offer data at extremely competitive rates during this time period. Our GigaNite bundles work out to be less than 2c per MB,‚” says Cell C CEO Alan Knott-Craig.
All* data usage from midnight until 6am will be deducted from the GigaNite bundles first, after which any other loaded bundle will be used. Out of bundle rates are 15c per MB.
The GigaNite data bundle will automatically be loaded on the 1st of every month and will be valid until the end of that calendar month.
The GigaNite offerings can be activated at any Cell C store or via the Cell C Customer Care Centre and participating service providers from 10 October.
‚”Customers have been asking for larger data bundles that they can use for overnight downloads and surfing, and Cell C is pleased to be able to meet their requests,‚” says Knott-Craig.
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