Vodacom adds direct billing for Microsoft content

Tuesday 3 December 2019 | 08:36 CET | News
Vodacom Group has made it simpler for its customers to buy content from the Microsoft and Xbox Stores using their Vodacom account, IT-Online reported. The Microsoft partnership is the most recent addition to Vodacom’s Direct Charge to Bill (DCB) offering, joining the list of global video, music and gaming content partners.

Vodacom customers are able to add apps and software services from the Microsoft Store to their Vodacom account. This allows Vodacom customers to charge any purchase, from entertainment to games, and apps to software, to their Vodacom account in a simple and secure manner without having to use a credit card. As part of the launch, Vodacom will be running a competition, giving away an Xbox One X console every day, for nine days from 03 December.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Microsoft / Vodacom
Countries: South Africa
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