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Telkom will extend its Double Data promotion, the company has announced.

By - March 16, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Telkom will extend its Double Data promotion until 30 June 2016. The offer was originally scheduled to end on 31 March.

The company launched the Double Data special in September 2015, stating that all Telkom Internet customers would receive double their data allocation for free from October 2015 to 31 March.

Telkom also reduced pricing on several of its Internet packages.

“Our Double Data promotion has been well received by our customers,” said Telkom’s Managing Executive for Group Communications Jacqui O’Sullivan.

“All Telkom Internet customers will continue to receive double their data allocation for free which they have being enjoying since September 2015.”

Integrated data wallets

Telkom said integrated data wallets are currently running on a 1:1 data allocation – “which means that if a customer has 20GB of fixed-line data, they can utilise this data either from their fixed line at home or on the move via a mobile device”.

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