New Cell C Pinnacle contracts launched

Cell C has launched a new set of contracts that go toe-to-toe with Vodacom’s Red Advantage, Premium, and VIP plans.

By - February 8, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
Cell C New Pinnacle contracts

Cell C has started promoting its new range of contracts called Pinnacle, which are available on a month-to-month to a 2-year basis.

The packages include an allocation of data, voice minutes, and SMS messages – with the top-end Pinnacle 3 plan offering unlimited voice and SMS.

A fair usage limit of 5,000 voice minutes applies to Pinnacle 3.

The table below summarises the different packages.

Pinnacle plan Price Data Minutes SMS
Pinnacle 1 R499 1GB 600 600
Pinnacle 2 R699 2GB 1,000 1,000
Pinnacle 3 R999 3GB + 7GB promotion FUP: 5,000 Unlimited

Pinnacle 1 is available on both a post-paid and top-up basis, while Pinnacle 2 and 3 are post-paid contracts.

Cell C promises that Pinnacle contracts also offer the following features:

  • No more data bill shocks, with an out-of-bundle data rate of 15c/MB
  • No tariff changes for 2 years
  • 30 days cancellation notice

Out-of-bundle voice calls are charged at R1.50 per minute, and SMS is charged at R0.15 per message.

Pinnacle contracts also qualify for Cell C’s Contract Buy-Out service. Up to R10,000 is available to those who switch to Pinnacle 1, while up to R20,000 is available for new Pinnacle 2 and 3 subscribers.


Pinnacle 1 deals

Cell C Pinnacle 1 deals


Pinnacle 2 deals

Cell C Pinnacle 2 deals


Pinnacle 3 deals

Cell C Pinnacle 3 deals


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