Cell C data promotions also get extension

Cell C has announced that it too will be extending its mobile data specials

July 2, 2013
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Cell C announced in a press statement today (2 July 2013) that it has decided to extend its promotional data offers until the end of September 2013.

This is thanks to the popularity of the promotion, Cell C said.

Cell C introduced the promotions in April 2013 and were due to expire at the end of June 2013.

The tables below summarise the specials on offer from the mobile network operator.

Post-paid and top-up promotions:

Package Monthly Inclusive DATA Device Promotion Monthly Subscription
500MB 500MB SIM Only R39 / Month
1GB 1GB SIM Only R69 / Month
2GB 2GB SIM Only R99 / Month
2GB 2GB SIM + 7.2Mbps Speed Stick R119 / Month
Giga 20 (Postpaid / Top-Up) 20GB (5GB Peak + 15GB Midnight Data) SIM Only R189 / Month
10GB 10GB SIM Only R499 / Month
20GB 20GB SIM Only R999 / Month

GigaNite promotions:

Package (GigaNite) Monthly Inclusive DATA Promotion Monthly Subscription
GigaNite 10 10GB R149 / Month
GigaNite 20 20GB R249 / Month

GigaNite packages can be added as a bolt on to any of the contract packages.

Pre-paid promotions:

Package (SmartData Prepaid) Device Inclusive data Once-off Price
3GB (Incl. Device) SIM + 7.2Mbps Speed Stick 3GB once-off 599.0
12GB SIM only 1GB every 30 days x 12 999.0
12GB (Incl. Device) SIM + 7.2Mbps Speed Stick 1GB every 30 days x 12 R1,299
24GB SIM only 2GB every 30 days x 12 R1,299
24GB (Incl. Device) SIM + 21.6Mbps Speed Stick 2GB every 30 days x 12 R1,999
Giga 100 SIM only 100GB once-off R2,499
Giga 200 SIM only 200GB once-off (50GB Peak + 150GB Midnight data) R1,799

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