GloCell has not acquired our Autopage subscriber base: Cell C

Cell C has stated that GloCell has not acquired its Autopage subscriber base.

By - February 15, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Cell C has stated that GloCell has not acquired Cell C’s Autopage subscriber base, following a statement by GloCell that it had been given the go-ahead by the Competition Commission to do so.

“GloCell has not acquired the Cell C Autopage subscriber base. GloCell has been appointed as a service agent of Cell C to service the Cell C Autopage subscriber base,” said Cell C.

“GloCell will service the customers being transferred from Altech Autopage, following approval and transfer of these customers by Altech.”

GloCell previously stated that its was “pleased that the Commission has ruled in favour of the transaction”, and it looked forward to “delivering new ground-breaking personalised services” to its new subscribers.

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