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Econet goes mega Crazy on Independence week

IF you thought Independence Day is celebrated in one day only, cross over to Econet and experience a fully loaded Independence week with extended crazy Wednesday bonus data.

Econet’s Product Manager; Data, Itumeleng Mpasi unveiled this data galore in an interview this week.

In celebration of the 52nd year since Lesotho gained full independence, Econet will extend its crazy Wednesday offer on the M20 weekly data bundle from one day in the week to five full days from October 1st to 5th 2018.

Every Wednesday, Econet bonus on data go beyond the normal “buy one for three” hence Wednesdays at Econet are dubbed “Crazy Wednesdays.

Lesotho celebrates Independence Day with cultural festivities happening across all the ten districts on October 4th each year. Econet is adding a touch of technology that allows its customers to capture and share the merriments with families and friends on social media and other platforms. Customers will also surf the internet more with the extra data.

Mpasi said that on a normal day, M20 weekly data bundle offers 250MB of data but after the introduction of ‘2 for 1’ promotion, that same amount offered 750MB. This promotion got crazier on Wednesdays’ when the company added another 250MB to round the number as 1000MB at the same measly price.

“This is data galore because Econet added extra data on top of another and it will definitely come in handy to parents and students during this time when a holiday complements school break” said Mpasi

“Such a data bonus for a week is exceptional in this country” added Mpasi.

Extra 250MB expires on the day that the bundle is purchased while 750MB will expire on the 7th day from the purchase day if unused.

“This unbelievable offer can only be experienced by Econet customers and you cannot afford to miss this communication bonus extravaganza” said Mpasi.

To enjoy extra data Econet customers dial *100# and buy bundles on the menu or buy direct from EcoCash wallets.

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