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Mobile & Wireless

One signs up 250,000 for DzaBest prepaid tariff

Wednesday 22 May 2013 | 15:32 CET | News
Macedonian operator One is celebrating one year since the launch of its prepaid brand DzaBest. The tariff was inspired by the communication needs of young people and offers a prepaid product for teenagers. Over 250,000 customers have so far opted for DzaBest. On this occasion, the operator has launched a series of promotional activities across the country, including a free Sim card with every one purchased.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: One
Countries: Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of
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