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Cell C offers now available for students and staff

Students, as well as staff, can now obtain cheaper cellular data offerings through a joint offering by the University and Cell C.

These deals brings the cost per MB from 15c a megabyte down to around 3.3 cent/meg. The offer includes 3GB of data per month for six months at R600-00, but there are also deals available for 12 months.

Cell C will be on site on the Rooi Plein under the bridge between Admin A and B until 7 February, so make use of this opportunity! You need to take basic RICA documents: ID and proof of residence to the Cell C stall to make use of these special deals.

Telkom mobile will also introduce their offerings during the month of February, in case you miss out.

For more information e-mail the IT HUB at student@sun.ac.za​, visit them (entrance below the bridge on the Rooi Plein) or visit the Cell C stall.

5 Responses to “Cell C offers now available for students and staff”

  1. Casper says:

    This is ridiculous! That is a extremely high price. I get 5 gigs Mobile 3G data for R145 per month! Its R29 a gig!

    Just go to Afrihost.com
    I am sick and tired of horribly over priced data in this country its time to change this attitude!

  2. Allister says:

    @STEVE
    Unfortunately this deal can only be loaded onto a new sim card at this point in time.

  3. Allister says:

    @Novel yes that is in the works but you could go to the Cell Customer care store Tygervalley in the banking court for the deal. very important that you go to the customer care branch and take your student card with

  4. Steve Kroon says:

    Will I be able to use this deal with an existing Cell C number, or do I need to get a new SIM for it?

  5. Novel says:

    Could you please arrange for them to also come to Tygerberg campus?
    thanks

 

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