View Full Version : False advertising from Nashua Mobile
12-10-2004, 03:41 PM
GET A FREE MOTOROLA V600 + FREE BLUETOOTH HEADSET @ R89PM ON A 2 MONTH CONTRACT
Mandatory Simsure at R4.00pm
Offer expires - 06/11/2004
I called but they wont let me have this super special [}:)]
Pass the pringles please ....
One sided contract.
Terms and conditions
These offers are subject to the following conditions:
1. Nashua Mobile reserves the right to change the pricing at any time, and/or retract any offering made on this site.
2. Itemised Billing is mandatory at R21.00 pm (incl)
3. Caller line identity is mandatory at R7.50 pm (incl)
4. All quotations are subject to stock availability
5. Nashua Mobile will not be held responsible for any mistakes and/or discrepancies contained in this quote/special
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A mate of mine in PE got a Cell C contract for R19/mo with a free phone and 100 free minutes... I think it was a Nokia but it looks like they practically give the lower range ones away cos no one buys them :)
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I think it was a typo - either 1<b>2</b> or <b>2</b>4 but not 2. Look for the "E&OE" on the ad or their web site.
BTW, Nashua mobile has a longer-than-normal cancellation period on their contracts: I think it's 3 months notice.
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