17 December 2012

Ghana: Thousands Sign Up for Unbeatable Vodafone X'mas Offers

Vodafone's 'One Ghana' offer has literally taken Sekondi-Takoradi by storm, as thousands of people across the Western Region continue to subscribe to the offer. Customers in that region have confirmed the unbeatable value the offer gives and the superior quality they experience on the network.

The 1 Ghana for your pocket offer gives customers 100 minutes of free calls to Vodafone numbers in addition to 5 minutes of free calls to other networks.

The welcome package, which continues to attract customers onto the Vodafone network, gives 100% bonus credit for calls and internet allowance on bundles for 90 days for new customers.

Vodafone's unrivaled quality service and value has been backed by evidence from research by independent bodies and endorsed by several awards received by the company this year.

'The 1 Ghana offer is unbelievable, I can call friends and loved ones for long hours for as little as 1 Ghana Cedi. This offer is a blessing as I can stay connected to my friends and loved ones without worrying about spending too much'. shared Ekuba Morkeh, a resident in Takoradi.

This festive season promises to be exciting on the Vodafone network, as the telecommunications giant is poised to offer its existing and new customers the best service and best value for their money at a crucial time like Christmas when communicating and connecting with loved ones is a must.

Customers can sign up for the 1 Ghana for your pocket offer by dialing short code 7272 and following voice prompts.

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