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FNB Connect launches country-wide hotspots

By Staff Writer
First National Bank (FNB) is offering its FNB Connect customers FREE voice access* at selected WiFi hotspots around the country which its customers can take advantage of during the upcoming sporting events.

"Football fever is running high throughout South Africa and we understand that people would want to stay in touch with family and friends and talk about their experiences and matches they might have gone to. Through this offering we give our customers FREE voice access at major airports, hotel chains and social franchises and in some instances the ability to make a call at absolutely no charge" say Luis Simoes, FNB Connect CEO.

Not only is the data charge (voice access) at the WiFi hotspots (outlined in the table below) FREE for FNB Connect customers, but because they can also make on-net** calls for FREE, customers will be able to call other FNB Connect users and FNB call centres at absolutely no charge once they have logged on at those WiFi hotspots.

"Through this exclusive offer, we want to help our customers reduce their telephone bills and ‘say hello for less'. This also provides those interested in joining FNB Connect with the perfect opportunity to do so by registering at www.fnbconnect.co.za or calling 087 575 0001" adds Simoes.

*Terms and conditions apply
**On-net means FNB Connect to FNB Connect
 

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