New Vodacom 12GB and 24GB pre-paid data prices revealed

Vodacom has recently ended its 12 x 1GB and 12 x 2GB mobile data promotion, and has released new prices for these packages

By - February 12, 2013 Share on LinkedIn
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Vodacom has recently ended its 12GB and 24GB pay-once data promotions, and has released new pricing for these two products.

  • The new price for the pay-once 12 x 1GB product is now R3,348, an increase of 335% from the promotional price of R999.
  • The new price for the pay-once 12 x 2GB product is now R4,428, an increase of 295% from the promotional price of R1,499.

Vodacom said that they are currently working on getting the pay-once data product activated on their sales channel.

Vodacom added that their pre-paid data offers are currently being reviewed to provide better value to their customers.

The following table provides an overview of the price changes since Vodacom launched its pay-once data bundles.

Prepaid data package At launch (August 2012) October 2012 New prices (February 2013)
Vodacom 12 x 1GB R1,199 R999 R3,348
Vodacom 12 x 2GB R1,999 R1,499 R4,428

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