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Vodacom introduces affordable calling, sms and Internet offers

7th May 2012
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Vodacom Tanzania Limited managing director Rene Meza

Vodacom has launched a new offer specifically designed to meet the communication needs of the mass and youthful market in a bid to further increase its customer base by continuing to provide affordable telecommunications services to subscribers.

A statement isseued yesterday said under the new campaign dubbed ‘Wajanja Vodacom’, prepaid customers will enjoy a very affordable tariff of /25 per second for Vodacom to Vodacom calls from 10pm to 7am every day.

It said, the new offer will also see Vodacom prepaid customers enjoying a very low sms tariff of only 25/- for sms sent to any network in Tanzania, as well as free browsing on Facebook and Twitter websites.

Vodacom Tanzania Limited managing director Rene Meza, said the new offer is designed to fulfill the mobile communication needs of the mass market, especially the youth - helping them to be in the know and in constant communication through voice calls, sms and Internet at affordable rates.

It said, although the youth are sure to love the new offer, all Vodacom prepaid customers will benefit from the new low rates.

“Vodacom is committed to provide affordable mobile services to all Tanzanians. By making it possible for Tanzanians to make phone calls, send sms and access the Internet at reasonable rates, we are convinced that mobile customers in Tanzania are now in a position to be part of today’s world through their mobile phones,” said Meza.

The new offer applies automatically to all Vodacom prepaid customers. “There is no need for customers to subscribe or register to the offer. All they need is to be on the Vodacom network,” Meza added.

“Currently with about 20 million active customers, representing a mobile penetration of around 44 per cent, the Tanzanian market represents a tremendous opportunity for growth going forward, and an opportunity Vodacom wants to be part of as we continue leading the mobile market by providing affordable mobile services”, Meza concluded.

SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN
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