Telecommunications giants Airtel Uganda Limited, also the main sponsors of the Uganda national football team (Uganda Cranes) launched two promotions, as a token of appreciation to their ever swelling cob-web of customer chain.
The promotions entail both the voice and data services, with increased volume albeit at the same prices like before.
Two Uganda Cranes players, also Vipers sports club midfielders; Moses Waiswa, the reigning Airtel – FUFA footballer of the year and Vipers captain Tadeo Lwanga were present during the launch held at the Airtel Uganda head offices – Clement Hill, Kampala on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Airtel Uganda launched a massive voice offering that will allow customers to enjoy high quality network connectivity at affordable rates.
The launch was also graced by Nellie Mwandha (Airtel Uganda Head of usage and retention manager) as well Joweria Nabakka, the Head – Product, Data & Devices among others during the press briefing.
With the new offering, customers will be getting more minutes at the same price.
As promised during the launch of 100% 4G connectivity across the country, Airtel Uganda vowed to continue with the provision of quality network, excellent data packages and outstanding products and services which are affordable, accessible and available for all.
With our new voice bundles dubbed “Mega-Tok” voice bundles, our customers can talk longer at much more affordable rates for example, the new weekly bundle which is 45 minutes valid for 7 days for only UGX 2,000
Nellie Mwandha, Airtel Uganda Head of usage and retention
We are excited to share with you our new Mega-Tok voice bundles. Stay glued to our pages for the launch of our new and revamped Data Blasta bundles this week!
We will also be launching new and revamped Data Blasta bundles to give our customers a new experience on 100% 4G. We have made some changes like from 5GB to 6GB weekly for UGX 20,000
Joweria Nabakka, Airtel Uganda Head – Product, Data & Devices.
For starters, Lwanga and Waiswa are part of the local legion that constitute the Uganda Cranes team and were key as the national team qualified for the AFCON 2019 finals, for the second consecutive time, following the 2017 feat in Gabon.
The duo is also part of the Vipers Sports Club family working as a unit to retain the Uganda Premier League at the final bend of the 2018/19 season.
The Venoms (currently with 50 points) trail leaders KCCA by six points, with four matches to play.