Make use of the sanitary wipes our RAM courier drivers offer you to disinfect the mobile device and stylus before signing for your delivery. Conveniently manage your account and services on our website and the My Vodacom App
Welcome to the world of e-learning, where your child can learn via his/her cellphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.
Our store consultants are trained to keep you safe while visiting our stores. For your convenience, you can book an appointment for in store sales and service support.
ConnectU gives you access to essential information & services that are zero-rated and don't use data. It includes Education (e-School), Jobs, Health (Mum & Baby), Social (Facebook Flex), news headlines and more, all on one easy site.
WATCH OUT FOR FAKE NEWS AND SCAMS
In this time of uncertainty, people fall prey to fake news and scams. It is important that you only take news from trusted and official news sources.
Visit the official SA Coronavirus website for official news and announcements from the South African Government related to COVID-19.
Add the Department of Health (060 012 3456)
as a WhatsApp contact. Type ‘Hi’ as a message.
Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
Avoid touching eyes, nose, & mouth with unwashed hands
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue
Avoid close contact with people who are sick
Keep a distance of at least 2 meters from other people
Stay at home to avoid contact with colleagues and other people.
Frequently clean used surfaces and objects
Don’t shake hands, kiss or hug other people
WORK FROM HOME
Here are a few things to consider when making the change from your office to your home.
It's no secret that our smartphones and tablets can carry more than a few germs. Here are some tips in cleaning your devices.
Older people and those with chronic conditions are at higher risk of suffering complications if they are diagnosed with COVID-19. Learn more about what you should do to protect yourself.
New information about how the virus spreads is coming to light every day. Here is what we know so far about how the coronavirus is most commonly spread:
1. Air – This is the most common way the disease is spread. When someone infected with the disease sneezes and coughs, it enters the air. If you breathe in this air, you will be infected.
2. Close contact - Close contact is not only limited to touching others. If you share a small room with someone for more than 15 minutes with no personal safety equipment, this is close contact.
3. Touch – If you touch a surface that has the virus on it and then touch your nose, mouth or eyes, the virus is transferred.