MTN SA has unveiled a new prepaid starter pack that gives South African consumers more mahala giveback on their telephony spend.
The MTN Mahala starter pack is now available nationwide and is packaged with added value, including free airtime, Internet bundles and free SMSs for the first six months of use.
‚”We understand that our customers want value for every rand they spend on their mobile phones,‚” says Serame Taukobong, Chief Marketing Officer at MTN SA. ‚”The success and popularity of our MTN Mahala offering to prepaid customers: which includes Mahala Thursdays, Mahala Day and Mahala Night, Mahala Weekend, Mahala International Calls and Mahala Data: has prompted us to introduce a new starter pack that allows new customers to enjoy more value.‚”
The new Mahala Starter Pack is priced at per second rates and guarantees 20% free MTN to MTN airtime value back to the customer for R10 or more recharges for six months. The new starter pack also rewards customers with a 10MB (Megabytes) free Internet bundle for R100 or more airtime recharges per month. MTN customers also get five free SMSs for every 15 SMSs they send, and also enjoy the standard benefits of being an MTN prepaid customer, including 10 daily free call backs and a daily free SMS.
‚”The MTN Mahala starter pack also allows customers to join MTN Zone, MTN’s flagship prepaid product where customers qualify for up to 100% discounts on calls and SMSs and enjoy the benefits of MTN’s Mahala offering across the clock ,‚” adds Taukobong. ‚”The new Mahala starter pack reaffirms our commitment as a customer-centric organisation, to provide our customers with real value for their rand, and ensure they stay connected to the world.‚”
The MTN Mahala starter pack is available across all MTN stores and through MTN Zoners who sell MTN Starter packs and airtime to the public.
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