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We compared Cell C's company-saving deals — and it looks worse-off now than in 2017

When Cell C CEO Douglas Craigie Stevenson unveiled Cell C’s latest results on 29 September, he was upbeat about their prospects following the long-awaited recapitalisation deal.

With a reduced debt burden, streamlined company, and new network strategy, Craigie Stevenson told investors that Cell C is on a path of sustainability and growth.
 
So long and thanks for the fish. I supported Cell C as a customer for as long as I can but as a contract subscriber my contract is now worth nothing because the network went to hell with the Vodacom deal. If they can't service their customers then they are in a death spiral - I have no choice but to port to another network if my phone doesn't work. It is sad because we need the competition.
 
So long and thanks for the fish. I supported Cell C as a customer for as long as I can but as a contract subscriber my contract is now worth nothing because the network went to hell with the Vodacom deal. If they can't service their customers then they are in a death spiral - I have no choice but to port to another network if my phone doesn't work. It is sad because we need the competition.
Same come December I'm done......will have to port over to another network. Their data is unusable and their voice is just as bad. Problem is who do you go to?
MTN will never see me enter into a contract ever again. Their customer service is non existent.
Vodacom? Well my feelings to that company are well documented here. Telkom? Fk I give up
 
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