Prepaid customers can talk for more with Vodacomís Power Hour promotion
JOHANNESBURG, 01 July 2012 - Vodacom is rewarding customers with its exclusive Power Hour promotion where Prepaid customers can get 60 minutes of talk time for only R5, which can be used on the day of purchase from 6am to 6pm on weekdays. This promotion is available from 02 July to 31 July 2012.
Customers can make multiple calls to keep in touch with friends and family. Prepaid customers who have been active on the Vodacom network for at least 30 days and have more than R5 in their prepaid wallet should dial *111#, select Vodacom Power Hour and follow the prompts to activate 60 minutes Power Hour talk time for the day. This can only be done once a day, and Power Hour minutes can be used between 6am and 6pm to make calls to Vodacom customers.
"With this incredible offer, our customers can chat to other Vodacom customers and get real value for money," says Enzo Scarcella, Managing Executive of Marketing at Vodacom.
Scarcella added - "If customers activate Power Hour for five days, they will score up to 5 hours of talk time to use during peak hours. These are some of the fantastic benefits for being part of the Vodacom family".
The Power Hour promotion will be available on all Prepaid price plans.For more information on this promotion customers can visit https://www.vodacom.co.za/personal/services/stayintouch/powerhour or they can contact customer care on 111 free from a Vodacom phone or 082 111 from any other phone, or e-mail email@example.com.
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Vodacom notice - Phishing
Vodacom has recently been made aware of some customers receiving fraudulent emails claiming to be from Vodacom and asking for updated contact information. The mails may even look authentic and contain the Vodacom logo and corporate colours.
Note: Vodacom won't ever ask for personal information over email.
These are scams commonly known as 'phishing' and all Vodacom customers should take note of the following before responding to an email from a site asking for personal information.
- Check that the email address and the sender name match.
- Hover over (but do not click) any links to check if the address matches the link that was typed in the message.
- Make sure that the email address or phone number listed in the email is the same as the one that should be on that company's records.
- Does the message start with a generic greeting, like "Dear customer." Most legitimate companies will include the recipient's name in their messages
If you suspect a phishing mail, contact our customer care by dialing 111 from your Vodacom handset. Alternatively, send us an email by completing the Scams & Hoax form.