Airtel Rolls-out Attractive Tariff Plans for BlackBerry Users
Lagos Nigeria; July 21, 2013: Leading telecommunications service provider, Airtel Nigeria has rolled out an assortment of pocket-friendly tariff plans for BlackBerry users on its network.
The telecom giant has also reintroduced BlackBerry Pay-For-Two-Get-One-Free plans, tagged Airtel 2-PLUS-1 Offer, which enables customers to make upfront payment for two subscriptions of any of the daily, weekly or monthly service options and get the third subscription free of charge.
Similarly, Airtel has also adjusted the tariff for its BlackBerry Complete and Absolute plans.
The subscription charge for the BlackBerry Complete service has been adjusted from N1400 to N1000, while the rate for Absolute Plan has been pegged down from N3000 to N1500.
To enjoy this friendly BlackBerry tariff plan, customers on Airtel network are to dial *141*1# to access all the offers and select with ease their preferred plans.
Speaking on the offerings, the Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director, Deepak Srivastava, said the new tariff plans provide yet another reason for Nigerians to port to Airtel and experience the power of its 3.75G network.
“By rolling out pocket friendly tariff plans and introducing yet again our unique 2-PLUS-1 offer, we are confidently providing the public, especially the youth, not just the opportunity to witness our data efficacy, but also to make informed choices and activate these services to enjoy the benefits that come with it as we strive to become the most loved brand in the daily lives of Nigerians”, Srivastava, stated.
The Chief Operating Officer further revealed that customers do not need to memorize series of SMS or USSD short codes or strings to access the BB plans, but should simply dial *141*1#.
Only recently, Airtel Nigeria confirmed its leadership position in providing reliable and fast 3.75G network coverage to telecoms consumers in the country when it was adjudged the fastest growing Internet/data operator in Nigeria, based on a recent study carried out by industry regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), covering the period of June 2012 to March 2013.