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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.

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