We are not saying Cell c did but we know the network was unhappy about it.
A large billboard put by an unhappy customer shaming cellphone network Cell c in Beyers Naude drive in Johannesburg has been vandalised.
According to a SAPA report a professionally printed banner in company’s colours with a huge message ““The most useless service provider in SA – Cell C Sandton City,” was vandalized short after the cellular company had launched a court complaint against the unhappy customer and mall management.
Cell c’s inside people had parts of the banner had been blacked out and replaced with words which appeared to have been written with white spray paint.
The banner now read “The most useful service provider in SA – Cell C Sandton City.”
The bottom of the banner which originally gave the name of the franchise manager and his phone number, claiming he had said that his “unnamed executive head refuses to assist the customer” now read “We love Cell C”.
The High Court in Johannesburg will hear an urgent application on Wednesday from Cell C to have the banner removed.
Cell C spokeswoman Karin Fourie said on Monday the application was against the WorldWear Mall and the customer.
She said letters of demand to remove the banner were issued to both the customer and the mall’s management on Thursday evening.
“Our demands were ignored by both the customer and the centre management and Cell C had to launch an urgent application to have the banner removed,” she said at the time.