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Vodafone Ghana offers 100% bonus to customers



As part of its ongoing commitment to provide its customers with best value for money, Vodafone Ghana is offering a 100% bonus credit on recharge of GHc2.00 airtime or more on its ‘Double Value Monthly’ offer.
The offer which lasts for 30 days will also give pre-paid customers free five minutes to make calls to other local networks and receive additional 50 free SMS. According to Vodafone Ghana, it costs GHc2.99 to register for the offer.
According to the company, customers can subscribe to the offer by dialling *5050# and follow the voice prompt.  
The offer points to Vodafone’s commitment in meeting customer needs and aspiration and also its determination to provide products and services that suit its customers.
The company has promised to continue to provide tailor-made solutions that meet customer needs.
Meanwhile, the company has built additional sites in the Ashanti region to improve customer experience and network quality.
Vodafone’s unmatched voice and internet services are now available to customers living in and around Mpasatia, Akora and Abusuakrowa.
Additionally, Vodafone customers in areas such as Buoho, Sepe, Sokoban, Anwomaso, Obuasi-Bogobiri, Nyinahin and Jacobu can now experience an improvement in voice and internet quality as the company has upgraded its 2G sites.
According to Vodafone, the additional sites are to offer stable and consistent service to customers in the region and improve customer experience. Both enterprise customers and consumers will have a faster and seamless experience for both voice and internet quality.
The expansion which begun in November 2013 saw a total of 403 coverage and capacity sites going up countrywide and was completed in March 2014.



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