ebt -A man who claims to have invented Safaricom’s ‘Please Call Me Services’ want to be compensated a whopping sh 75 billion by the giant telco company Vodacom.
Reports have indicated that the service provider had offered Nkosana Makate 44, former Vodacom employee, sh 354 million which he has since disputed as less. He therefore had to match to court to force the cellular firm to part with his demands in full saying the service has had immense sales benefits to the company. In the same suit papers he argued that the company has reaped alot (approximately sh 1.5 trillion) from his initiative.
For instance in Kenya, the famous ‘Please Call Me’ voice is synonymous with both Safaricom calling and text services enjoyed everyday by its users.
Anyone who is subscribed to Safaricom services must have heard that voice. It is an automated but on request service that subscribers enjoy to get a call back from the other end. It came to bridge the communication gap that existed between a caller and the recipient just incase the former had no credit in his or her line or the receiving party was offline
Makate’s case has been dragging in court for 20 years and his legal team now wants it determined as fast as possible. The court has to determine the amount Makate should be compensated by the service provider.
It is not known upto now if the rulling expected to be issued by Gauteng High Court will be affecting Kenya’s Safaricom Company.
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