Vodacom app launched

App lets Vodacom subscribers check balance, buy data, and transfer airtime

By - December 4, 2012 Share on LinkedIn
My Vodacom app

The “My Vodacom” app for BlackBerry, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone has, over the last few weeks, been quietly rolled out to the relevant app stores for the various platforms.

According to Vodacom, the app lets users view their account summary and balances, as well as purchase and transfer data bundles, transfer airtime, and view their PUK.

Users will have to register an online account to use My Vodacom services, which the network said will be possible to do from the app itself.

The app is a free download, but Vodacom warns that downloading and using the app will consume data which will be charged at standard data rates.

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