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Vodacom users left high and dry

Dec 16 2012 12:45
Bloemfontein - Vodacom cellphone users were left high and dry at the opening of the ANC's national conference in Mangaung on Sunday as reception for 3G was minimal.

ANC spokesperson Jackson Mthembu said the plenary did not have WiFi, and he could not be held responsible for the poor reception.

"There are some very serious people from government here. When you get near them, your 3G might not work," he joked.

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