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Cellphone contracts for blacklisted clients – Bfor Mobile

Bfor Mobile – providing simple access to mobile devices

Bfor Mobile is a company based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, that has a long history in the cellular industry. The company makes it easy to get a mobile device with no credit check.

Why choose Bfor Mobile?

With Bfor Mobile you can get a modern smartphone or tablet even if you have a bad credit record.

The process is also simple. All you need to do is choose a product as well as a package. You have the freedom to choose which plan suits your needs best. You’ll then fill in an application form. You need to have a copy of your ID on hand. To qualify for BforMobile packages, you must be employed full-time for at least 6 months or more.

Bfor Mobile will help you to get a payroll deduction activated. New approved, your new cellphone or tablet will be delivered.
If you need repairs, BforMobile will collect your device, have it repaired by an approved repair centre and returned to you free of charge.
Warranties range from 1 to 2 years.

More about cellphone packages from BforMobile:

  • B1- R25 airtime
  • B2- R50 airtime
  • B3- R100 airtime
  • B4- R200 airtime

When you choose a BforMobile package you will be supplied with a new MTN SIM card. You will also need to sign a rental agreement.

Studies have shown that the mobile market on the African continent is growing at a rapid rate. More people on the continent have access to or own a cellphone. This has created a range of opportunities for mobile operators. While the majority of cellphone users have a prepaid cellphone, in South Africa, the market for cellphone contracts is growing.

As the black middle class continues to grow, it’s expected that the demand for cellphone contracts in South Africa will increase.

payroll deductions for cell phone - Bfor Mobile

Bfor Mobile strives to offer the most convenient cellphone packages, at affordable prices.

To contact Bfor Mobile, call: 031 832 4410 or send an email to

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