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Vodafone Ghana offer customers 15GB on Samsung S5



As part of its ongoing commitment to provide its customers with the latest technology and the best value for money, Vodafone Ghana is offering a 15 gigabytes of data for free on all Samsung Galaxy S5 phones purchased from its retail shops across the country.
In addition to the 15 gigabytes offer, which will last for 90 days (3 months), Vodafone is also giving out free S-View covers for customers on a first come basis.
According to Vodafone Ghana, their latest handset offer provides customers, wishing to acquire the new latest Samsung handset, the best value for money.
A statement from the company stated that, customers who wish to take advantage of the offer, must register first by dialing *179# and follow the instructions.  
The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for Vodafone Ghana, Uche Ofodile, said the introduction of this unequalled and unmatched offer points to Vodafone’s commitment to meeting customer needs and aspiration, as well as providing the best experience possible.
“Vodafone Ghana is determined to provide innovative products and services which meet customer needs” she emphasised.  
Vodafone Ghana is the most awarded telecoms company in Ghana, winning among others, Best Telecoms Brand for three successive years and CIMG ‘Marketing-Oriented Company of the Year’ in 2013.
The company provides mobile, fixed lines, internet, voice and data services for customers.

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  1. Can give me the price of samsung S5, for Vodafone Ghana?

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