Why can't a contract be...

NeonNinja

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Like an account, which you can put in more cash, settle earlier.

Or maybe you can; just my ignorance?
 

biometrics

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They'll credit your account. So pay the full contract amount and forget about it. It will run it's course.

My guess anyway.
 

NeonNinja

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Ok cool. Was at MTN today they said, you can pay more, but not pay the whole amount.
 

Ockie

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You can pay whatever amount you want into your Vodacom SP account and a credit for that amount will just be loaded. When the credit note is finished....debit order will resume running.
 

creeper

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But why? If you think about it, by paying them early, they can draw interest on the money. Also, if you pay later, due to inflation, the value you are paying them is less that what it is now.
 

Pyro

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But why? If you think about it, by paying them early, they can draw interest on the money. Also, if you pay later, due to inflation, the value you are paying them is less that what it is now.

If it's coming off a debit order, the price of the debit order will likely be significantly more than the interest you could save, depending on how big your cell bill is of course.

I often pay about 3 months worth.
 
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