Cell C contracts are actually obtainable and this offer offers people the opportunity to get phones, tablets, and computers on credit and then make payments later. To Open a Cell C contract and have access to this benefit, certain criteria have to be met.
With the Cell C contract, it is easier and possible for almost everyone to afford new modern tech devices. Whether you desire an android mobile device, an Apple phone, or other expensive gadgets, you get up to 6, 9, 12 or 24 months depending on the duration of the contract to complete your payment.
Note that this time frame for completion of contract can be shortened if you desire to complete the payment before the appointed time. This may involve a cancellation fee to enable you terminate your phone contract early. There are only a handful of situations when you’ve the right to cancel your mobile contract free of charge like when you’re in the first 14 days of your contract.
How to Open a Cell C Contract
To open a Cell C contract, the following documents are required:
Proof Of Income: This could be your payslip or a bank statement. As someone who currently owns a business or has a job, you should have a bank account that shows monthly/weekly/daily cash flow. The bank statement should go back 3 months. The aim here is for Cell C to determine that you can make the payments on any contract that you take out. Also, a credit check is carried out to find your credit score. If you have a negative credit score, you will fail to fulfill the Cell contract requirements and this will lead to the refusal/denial of a contract. For the Cell C contract, the minimum monthly income required is R3,000.
Proof of residence: Your proof of residence shows and verifies that the address in your application is true. This can be in the form of a water account or a lights account. You can as use a retail account as proof of address. This should be less than 3 months old.
South African National ID/ a driver’s license/ Passport: The essence of the Identity Card/driver’s license/passport is Also required is a copy of your South African ID. Foreign nationals who are legally in South Africa can produce their passport when signing up for a contract with Cell C.
In addition, Cell see also has a Contract Buy-Out proposition. Customers are given up to R10 000 to help them buy themselves out of their contract should they want to move to Cell C but still have an outstanding value to settle before they can cancel.