Cell C says it is profitable and also announced it will launch Wi-Fi calling to its entire customer base on 1 October.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Jose Dos Santos, CEO of Cell C.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Three years ago we weren’t making a profit. Today our profits are very healthy.— Jose Dos Santos, Cell C CEO
We have 22 million customers.— Jose Dos Santos, Cell C CEO
Our average spend per user is growing.— Jose Dos Santos, Cell C CEO
If Telkom is interested in us they must just write out a cheque and buy us!— Jose Dos Santos, Cell C CEO
Our contract buy-out campaign was hugely successful.— Jose Dos Santos, Cell C CEO
The fibre-to-home company that will succeed is the company that provides the right content.— Jose Dos Santos, Cell C CEO
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