Cellcom to raise rates

Rates for sending sms and mms messages, sms packages, cellular Internet surfing and airtime for Talkman customers will not be subject to the increase, Cellcom said.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
October 15, 2006 07:41

 
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Beginning October 15, some private consumers and small businesses with SOHO subscriptions for Cellcom mobile phones will pay higher prices for airtime and monthly fixed payments, the company said in advertisements printed Wednesday. Customers will receive full information on the changes to their subscription in their upcoming bills, but also are invited to call Cellcom's 24-hour hotline *3545 for additional data. Rates for sending sms and mms messages, sms packages, cellular Internet surfing and airtime for Talkman customers will not be subject to the increase, Cellcom said.

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