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Telecom Namibia to suspend all customers with unpaid bills on 10 February

Wednesday 6 February 2019 | 11:28 CET | News
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Telecom Namibia will suspend all overdue service accounts on 10 February and has advised its customers to pay their outstanding bills to avoid this. This will affect mobile phones, fixed line and data services, and the grace period for payment runs from 06 February until 10 February 2019. Customers failing to pay their bill by then will have their service suspended until they pay. 

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Companies: Telecom Namibia
Countries: Namibia
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