Within minutes of Cell C slashing its prepaid rates, has Vodacom responded with its Freedom 99 prepaid tariffs. But, these new tariffs are based on a per minute billing, making them slightly more expensive than Cell C’s per second billing.
With Vodacom’s new Freedom 99 prepaid tariff there’s no longer a need to worry about when you’re calling or who you’re calling because calls to any network in SA are just 99 cents per minute.
Speaking about the new prepaid tariff, Vodacom’s marketing head Enzo Scarcella said:
‚Customers have been looking for simplicity and for value, and Freedom 99 delivers exactly that. Calls to anyone, anytime, on any network in South Africa are now just 99 cents per minute with Freedom 99. It really is that simple.‚
In addition to this incredibly low call rate, Freedom 99 customers who recharge with R12 or more can talk for free every night with Nightshift. That’s 60 minutes every day for seven days to call Vodacom customers between midnight and 05h00.
Freedom 99 will be available from this Sunday – full details will be announced in the Sunday press.
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