Vodafone broadband customers have a lot to look forward to this Christmas, as the CIMG Telecoms Company of the Year introduces another exciting promotion for the festive season.
The initiative nicknamed “2 Moorch Christmas Promo”, will allow active broadband customers to enjoy up to 200% extra data when they top up with a minimum of GHs 100 in addition to their existing monthly package. This is one of the many exciting rewards initiatives Vodafone customers look out for during Christmas.
Customers and organisations on Vodafone’s fixed and fibre broadband services will enjoy 2 Moorch data before, during, and after Christmas.
Commenting on the initiative, the Acting Head of Consumer Fixed Business, Emmanuel Owusu-Acheaw, said, “During the holidays, customers’ data usage increases as they interact with family, friends, and loved ones. It is certainly a time to give back, and we are empowering them with more data to enable them to connect to the things that matter to them with unrestricted access.
A lot of times, as families gather to bond and have fun together, they will need more data for streaming their favourite TV shows and programmes, video calls, online shopping, and more, all of which require more data.
We are excited that they will enjoy continued access with our ‘2 Moorch Christmas’ promotion.”
The 2 Moorch Christmas promotion provides broadband customers with a supplementary bundle on top of their primary bundle. This means that customers can only subscribe to the 2 Moorch bundles if they have an active core bundle.
To subscribe, Vodafone’s fixed broadband customers need only dial *900# on any Vodafone mobile number and follow the prompts.
Alternatively, customers can subscribe via the self-care portal at https://myvodafone.vodafone.com.gh/home/ or the Fixed Broadband website at https://vodafone.com.gh/personal/broadband-landing/. Customers can also download MyVodafone App on Google Play or App Store to subscribe.
New customers can visit www.fbb.vodafone.com.gh or any Vodafone Retail Shop to check the availability of the fibre service in their community and subscribe to the ultrafast fibre broadband service.
Source: Ghana Web