BPC prepaid targets 14,458 homes in Ftown

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FRANCISTOWN: The Botswana Power Cooperation (BPC) has set out to convert 14,458 homes and small businesses here from postpaid to prepaid between January and March this year.

Three weeks into the operation in Francistown, BPC marketing and communications manager Spencer Moreri said by the first week of February, 3,513 homes and businesses had been converted to prepaid since the project started in the city early this year.

“This project started in October last year and has already been to Jwaneng, Lobatse and Gaborone. Now we are in Francistown, then Selebi-Phikwe,” he said.

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