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Neotel reduces call tariffs
Tuesday, 20 March 2012 00:00
Written by Staff Writer
Neotel has announced a drop in voice tariffs, passing on the benefit of reduced interconnection rates and moving to a single standard rate for calls to all mobile operators.
The company says this aligns the cost of a call to any mobile network to the lowest existing mobile voice tariff that Neotel offers, “adding greater transparency to Neotel’s voice service for all users and spurring its ability to bring competitive communication solutions to both consumers and businesses”.
The price reduction means Neotel now offers a peak time call charge to all mobile operators of R1.05 per minute and an off-peak rate of 94c per minute. The company also offers per second billing, free voicemail and the ability to port existing landline numbers. Neotel-to-Neotel calls remain free between 6pm and 7am during the week and on weekends, while Neotel-to-Telkom national rates reduce by 10%.
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