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Free Facebook browsing for Vodafone customers
News Date: 10th January 2013


Vodafone customers and Facebook enthusiasts have a reason to smile, as Ghana's most respected Telco, Vodafone Ghana, is offering free browsing on Facebook for existing customers on their Streamer internet bundle.

A statement issued on Wednesday by Vodafone Ghana said unlike any other offer in Ghana, Vodafone's free Facebook browsing gives internet users, full access to Facebook to upload and download pictures, chat and share information at no extra cost.

"Every single second of the day, millions of people are connecting on Facebook; that is why we are empowering our customers and every Ghanaian to stay connected to the people that matter to them most, without worrying about costs.

"We believe this offer will undoubtedly excite our mobile internet users, especially the youth, who spend a considerable amount of time interacting with their friends," noted Tara Squire, Head of Consumer marketing at Vodafone Ghana.

The statement concluded that Vodafone customers could access information on the Streamer internet bundle and other unmatched Vodafone mobile internet bundles by dialing *700# from their handsets.


Source: GNA


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