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Ispa will only raise an issue if it's members raise an issue. Both Neotel and Vodacom are ISPA members, so it is a bit of a catch-22 to have a "wait-and-see-approach" - #TheHandThatFeedsYou
Cell C needs to crawl back into their hole and f-off.
This deal will only be good for the consumer in the end.
I always hate it when companies kick up a fuss over deals like this. Cell C should rather concentrate on building the best business it can with innovative products and excellent customer service without worrying about what the competition are doing. Customers vote with their feet especially in today's market where prepaid is king and you are only a number port away from switching providers. Build great products and offer excellent service and the customers will flock to you.
So the largest cellular player, partners with the second largest fixed line player and you think this will be good for the consumer?
Squashing cometition has always been good for the consumer. :erm:
Cell C are doing the right thing.
SA don't need a bigger and stronger VC.
How much does Vodacom charge for an SMS? Have you considered that even for prepaid, thing are all bundled together in Europe? So what is the effective rate you pay?
And for Saudi
Does Vodacom provide any equivalent deal on prepaid?
60 minutes for R10 during the week R5 over weekends: https://myvodacom.secure.vodacom.co.za/personal/main/powerhour
If your maths is bad that's 16.67c/m during the week and 8.33c/m over weekends..
Still waiting for your source about VC being one of the most expensive networks in the world.