Redesigned Cell C website launched

Cell C has launched a revamped version of its website.

By - March 9, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Cell C’s website now boasts a revamped design, with its landing page placing greater emphasis on the operator’s deals and promotions.

“Cell C’s new website has been redesigned with new functionalities that will improve the customer experience,” the network told MyBroadband.

While many elements of its main portal have been redesigned, to those who aren’t subscribers the functionality of the site remains largely the same.

According to Cell C, the biggest changes are evident in the self-service portal.

“[Our] new self service portal will allow customers to purchase deals, bundles, and airtime easily and has been designed to provide an excellent, seamless experience on a tablet, handset, or PC.”

Screenshots of the new website self-service portal are shown below.


Dashboard of the new Cell C self-service portal.

Cell C self-service dashboard


Recharge your account from Cell C’s self-service portal.

Cell C self-service recharge


Before being taken to the payment gateway, you receive a confirmation prompt.

Cell C self-service recharge confirmation


Cell C uses PayFast for payment processing.

Cell C self-service recharge PayFast


The new landing page and menus on Cell C’s website.

Cell C website redesign


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