Meg Your Day: Free streaming on Fridays

Meg Your Day enables you to listen to our stream free on Fridays (up to 1 GB).

Every day of the week Vodacom offers one free platform to users, and Friday is us.

The promotion is valid until the 30th of September 2017.

The promotion is open to customers on Prepaid, Contract and Hybrid tariff plans.

You could use the website or download our app to stream the entire day.

If you often listen in your car, try connect your phone to the radio via bluetooth. Once you have got it working you will also be able to listen to shows you may have missed (although that is not covered with free data.)

There are some T&C's

In order to qualify for the promotion and redeem your Meg Your Day bundle for the day, you need to have a

  • data bundle active of 100MB or larger (daily, weekly, fortnightly and monthly bundles)
    • these do not include free/reward bundles
    • these include monthly data allocations as part of your tariff plan
  • data balance of larger than 0MB.

You can redeem a Meg Your Day data bundle once daily for the service of the day via the following channels:

You can only use your Meg Your Day bundle for the chosen URL/ App/ Online service for the day up to a maximum of 1GB (1 gigabyte).

The Meg Your Day bundle cannot be used to download the app for the specific partner. Downloads from your relevant app store will deplete from your other available data bundles/ consumer from your airtime balance/ charged at out-of-bundle rates.

Click here to read the full terms and conditions


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