Cell C Woza Wheneva “upgraded”

Cell C explains that it has ‘upgraded’ their Woza Wheneva promotion to their new Supa-Woza promotion

May 9, 2012
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Cell C has replaced their Woza Wheneva promotion with their new Supa-Woza promotion in May. The Supa-Woza promotion provides users with 50% bonus airtime if they recharge with R10 or more in a day.

“Customers on the old promotion (Woza Wheneva) were automatically given the new Supa-Woza promotion on the 30th of April,” Cell C spokesperson Karin Fourie said.

“All daily recharges are cumulative, so if a customer recharges with R5 airtime twice in a day, they will still receive R5 bonus airtime,” said Fourie.

Fourie added that unlike the Woza Wheneva promotion, which had a monthly maximum of 100 on-net minutes, Supa-Woza has no limitations. “For example, if customers top-up with R1,000, they will receive R500 bonus airtime to be used at any time on any network,” explained Fourie.

According to Cell C, their customers asked for airtime benefits which will allow them to make calls to other networks. “The Supa-Woza promotion provides customers with exactly that benefit,” said Fourie.

Cell was asked about its rumoured plans to launch aggressively priced products in May, but Fourie would not comment on these rumours.

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