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Samuel Mlangeni, who complained last week that he was hoodwinked into signing a six-month contract with Cell C, is a happy man again.
He has been awarded six months' free airtime worth R55 a month.
Retail mobile content specialist spokesman, Bradley Kark, said Mlangeni signed up for a Vodacom airtime offer for his fiancee in November.
But when Edcon's administration department captured his Vodacom details, one of the administrators erroneously entered the details twice.
"Unfortunately the system raised two invoices and this is the reason why his account reflected a double debit of R55," he said.
Kark said Mlangeni was not being charged for the Cell C contract.
He acknowledged that he had signed up again last month but, he said, during the Christmas rush, the salesman did not emphasise the contractual obligations to Mlangeni.
Kark apologised and offered him six-month's free Cell C airtime.
Mlangeni will be charged only R55 for the Vodacom deal he signed and he has been credited for the double billing.