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Telecom Namibia to suspend unpaid accounts on Sunday

07/03/2018
by Staff Writer
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 Telecom Namibia today announced that it will suspend all unpaid accounts on Sunday.

“It is a great concern to Telecom Namibia that some customers fail to meet their telecom account payment deadline,thus running the risk of having their lines suspended,” corporate communications and public relations head, Oiva Angula said in a press statement.

The company said that the due date for account payment is 30 days after the invoice print date.