Airtel Nigeria has announced the launch of its pioneering Internet Bundle offering for Android phones while the telecom services provider heading towards becoming the biggest player in the mobile Internet service sector of the country.
The telecom company has disclosed that the new value product is in line with its major goal to deliver ground-breaking and inexpensive mobile Internet solutions intended at offering easy, electrifying and more pleasing telecom services to the
Airtel Nigeria has offered the innovative as well as personalized Android Internet Bundle scheme is to allow Android users to get in touch with business partners, family and friends and to facilitate them experience a wonderful data service on their smartphones.
The Bundle plan is offered in two options of the Android 2.0 and the Android Bundle 4.5. The first scheme offers a data allowance of 2GB intended for medium Internet customers, whilst the second plan comes with 4.5GB of data targeting the high Internet users.
Commenting on the new low-cost packages, the Airtel Nigeria CCO - Mr.
We understand that our Internet bundle for Android users will help increase productivity, boost personal relations, family happiness and business profitability.
The firm has launched such unique Android products that
Airtel has asked the subscribers to call at *437# to get the 2G Android Bundle offering, whilst users seeking the 4.GB Android Bundle offer will have to call at 438#.
Both 2GB and 4.5GB Bundles featuring a 30-day validity period will carry price tags of respectively N2,000 and N3,500. The telecom company has been offering separate consumption rates for 2GB and 4.5GB Bundles intended to delivering users with more affordable rates to experience the service at the nighttime.
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