Prepaid customers to receive two hours free talk time on Vodacomís latest promotion
JOHANNESBURG,03 August 2012 - Vodacom's Day-Night Double promotion offers customers incredible value when they recharge with R29 airtime or more, giving them up to two hours free talk time to use during the day or night on the day of purchase. This promotion is available from 03 August to 31 August 2012.
Vodacom customers that purchase R29 worth of airtime or more will be able to make free calls for 60 minutes to other Vodacom customers until midnight on the day of recharge. Customers will also receive an additional 60 minutes free talk time from 12am to 5am for seven days with Night Shift.
"With the success of the Power Hour promotion we decided to run another promotion. This time we looked at how we can reward our customers - what better way than to provide them with free talk time that can be used any time of the day or night. Customers will still have their R29 to use as they choose. This is yet another way for us to provide more value to our customers," says Enzo Scarcella,
Managing Executive of Marketing at Vodacom.
Vodacom Prepaid customers also receive other fantastic value offers such as Vodacom4Less, the company's most popular Prepaid plan where customers get even more value. Not only do they receive discounts on each call made, they can also enjoy discounts every hour of the day, 7 days a week and can get up to 100% discount based on location and time of day.
To qualify for the Day-Night Double promotion, customers must opt in by dialing *111# and then recharge with a minimum of R29 worth of airtime or more on a single recharge. The opt in is once-off and is free of charge.
For further information about this promotion customers can visit www.vodacom.co.za. Customers can also call the Prepaid Information Line on 082 1187 free from a Vodacom cellphone.
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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.