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Yes. They should all be sitting out in the bush attempting to run a business.Well it is really good to hear that Cell C is also on the brink of showcasing how much they rip-off SA Cellphone users. Curiously, also along the N1, the same stretch of highway where MTN and Vodacom have built their palaces.
Have you seen or visited any of these campuses from MTN or Vodacom? If you have than it is hard to sympathise with reports such as billions of revenue being lost due to the advent of apps such as Whatsapp & BBM taking away what they make from SMS's.Yes. They should all be sitting out in the bush attempting to run a business.
What an idiotic comment. Regardless of whether they building their own headquarters or rent offices, they'll be forking out cash. Building their own allows them to tailor it to streamline their operations. And clearly they've been doing a lot of streamlining as of late.
Hmmm lets see... keep 150 possibly non-performing, or surplus to new structure employees (therefore constant drain on company profits) or build a new office which is streamlined to the new structure which is financed and all that....
It would be nice if they have a retail there like Vodaworld. I found it a mission (3 times) to get a deal from CellC where they keep saying out of stock. The last time I had to wait a week. Not nice.I don't know...
I kinda like vodaworld...even though I'm a Cellc client. i go there to get all my goodies.
They always have stock....and if they don't you just pop to the next shop.
Currently they are renting 4-5 maybe more offices...consolidating to 1 is a good move.
People on here...sometimes i don't know...