24 January 2013

Tanzania: Airtel Slashes Call Tariffs

AIRTEL Tanzania on Wednesday announced that it has reduced tariffs to 10 cents a second after the first two minutes of the call. "We have lowered our call rates by 70 per cent to continue to offer innovative, flexible and affordable value that meet the growing demands and needs of all our customers," Airtel Managing Director, Mr Sam Elangalloor said.

He said calling Airtel to Airtel number is hassle-free. "Now Airtel customers can talk all day and all night for only 10 cents per second after two minutes of their call," he explained. "We continue with our efforts to provide efficient communication while fulfilling our commitment to enhance quality and affordable services and provide unique experiences to our customers across Tanzania," added Elangalloor.

Airtel Corporate Communications Director Beatrice Singano Mallya said; "With effect from today, it will cost Airtel's pre-paid customers less to make calls for Airtel to Airtel. "There is no need to enroll into the service, all prepaid customers will automatically enjoy this service on their second minute."

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