Telecel launches emergency airtime credit facility

Telecel launches emergency airtime credit facility
Published: 11 February 2012 (6554 Views)
Telecel Zimbabwe has introduced an emergency credit facility for active pre-paid customers, so that if they run out of airtime and have no access to an airtime card or voucher, they can still use their phone.

A Telecel spokesperson said the credit facility has come about due to consumer demand. This service falls in line with two new brand anchors providing innovation and value for money to subscribers.

If you are a Telecel subscriber and you run out of airtime, dial *143# to obtain a dollar's airtime on credit. Once you recharge the dollar a 10c charge is deducted. Intended for emergencies, once users have spent their bottom dollar they cannot receive another dime on credit until they repay their debt. To qualify, the subscriber must have been an active subscriber for at least 90 continuous days. 

- www.itnewsafrica.com

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