“Affected customers can now visit their District Office or the closest prepaid vendor shop to buy,” a communiqué from PDS said.
Consumers took to social media to complain about the difficulty in purchasing power over the weekend.
#PDS WHATS IS THE MEANING OF THIS FOR MORE THAN 24 hours we are not able to buy prepaid credit. I mean what’s does that mean. If a customer does illegal too u complain . U should know this act can lead to such actions. Ah 😡😡 — charles songs (@charles_songs) October 5, 2019
PDS embarking on illegal connection in Korle-Bu and its environs due to break down of system. The is no qualified personnel capable of fixing the system.
Consumers are unable to buy credit creating huge problems and long queue at the office.@GabbyDarko @NAkufoAddo @MBawumia — Ericuzpapa, pls like and follow (@Ericuzpapa3) October 5, 2019 Others shared pictures of long queues of people waiting at vending points after dark to purchase the utility.
PDS queue PDS did not start the cause of the challenge but apologised “for the inconvenience caused to affected customers.”