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Vodafone Ghana is taking its commitment to customers a notch higher this Christmas with a special package for users of its Fixed broadband product.

The move is in line with the company’s overall programme this December dubbed, #VodafoneSuperRedChristmas. As part of the package, customers who pay for two months of their fixed broadband bundle between December 1 st and 30 th will enjoy unlimited internet browsing for 30 days.

Patricia Obo-Nai, Director of Fixed Business and Customer Operations at Vodafone Ghana said: “Data is very crucial in the activities of our customers and clients during this festive period. This package is our way of emphasizing our commitment and
dedication to customers. We want them to be comfortable, happy and very effective as they prepare to spend time with family and loved ones this Christmas.”

Meanwhile, Vodafone has introduced mobile data packages for customers as back-up whenever they experience any disruption to their Fixed Broadband service.

With fibre cuts and cable thefts plaguing the industry, this initiative goes to emphasise the extent the company is willing to go to ensure customers are connected at all times. Under the initiative, customers will be required to provide their preferred Vodafone lines on which to receive the mobile data anytime they experience a fault on their broadband.

The telecommunications company believes that this is an effective intervention to salvage the inconveniences customers go through whenever they encounter issues with their fixed network.
Source: Peacefmonline.com

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