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Cell C Bayside Mall - Western Cape



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Launched in 2001, Cell C is South Africa's third cellular operator with just under seven million subscribers.

In 2010 we're putting the power in your hands. We were the first to operate on a dual band network. We were the first to offer cost-effective call options like per second billing. And we're working on even more firsts right now.

Cell C looks to the future to bring you the technology of tomorrow today. That's why, above all, Cell C is a provider of possibilities. Every day, more South Africans turn to us for simple, innovative, value-for-money products, exceptional customer service, and the promise of something even better to come.

Trading hours:
Mon - Fri 09:00 - 18:00
Sat 09:00 - 17:00
Sun 10:00 - 16:00

Cell C Bayside Mall - Western Cape

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Latitude -33.8231° S 33.8231° S 33° 49' 23.16" -33° 49.386'
Longitude 18.4891° E 18.4891° E 18° 29' 20.76" 18° 29.346'
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Shop 17 Main Entrance
Bayside Mall
Cnr Blaauberg & West Coast Roads
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Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 557 4265
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 557 4265

Fax No.
No fax number available

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