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News : Cell C Launches Emergency Services Panic Button
Randburg, South Africa, July 13, 2016 -- Cellfind and Cell C have partnered to deliver Cell C MiAssist, a mobile application which gives subscribers access to emergency services at the touch of a button.
The service is provided by Cell C and is available as a mobile application on iOS and Android.
A "push of a button or call" to the emergency response centre signals the need for help in the event of a medical emergency, home invasion, or car hijacking, said Cell C.
Cellfind’s location-based technology allows the caller’s cellphone to provide the location of the emergency.
"The home assist feature helps customers deal with home emergencies and also provides a list of emergency plumbers, electricians, etc."
"The vehicle assist service assists a stranded motorist – from changing a tyre to rescuing keys from inside a locked vehicle."
Cell C MiAssist’s driver assist lets subscribers book a driver to drive them and their car home safely after an evening out.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About Cell C:
Founded in November 2001, Cell C is owned by 3C Telecommunications, which is 60% owned by Oger Telecom South Africa, a division of Saudi Oger; 25% owned in an unencumbered holding by CellSAf, and 15% by Lanun Securities SA.
Published: Wednesday, July 13, 2016