Airtel Money offers 50% bonus airtime

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Airtel Money offers 50% bonus airtime

Airtel Kenya has launched a promotion where its Airtel Money registered customers will enjoy a 50% bonus on all Airtel money top ups  from Kshs50/- up to Kshs35,000/-. The promotion ends 30th April 2012.

To get the bonus airtime, one can either top up directly to own account or top up to another account enabling the recipient to enjoy the bonus as well. The bonus airtime is valid for 7 days and is usable only for on net Airtel-Airtel calls and SMS. For example one gets Kshs50/- more airtime for every Kshs100/- airtime value bought using Airtel Money account.

“We are pleased that we can be able to offer our customers an integrated and seamless offer that enables them to send and receive money on Airtel Money and access FREE airtime to further build their connections and relationships with friends and family,” said Shivan Bhargava, Airtel Kenya chief operating officer.  

Airtel Money customers can now access services from over 6,000 outlets countrywide and including key outlets like all PesaPoint ATMs, Nakumatt supermarket branches, select Ukwala and Uchumi supermarket branches, G4S offices countrywide, Muramati SACCO branches, selected Posta branches and at Family Bank branches.

This offer comes only days after Airtel launched a FREE SMS promotion where customers get 100 sms’s only after sending 3 Airtel- Airtel text messages. Airtel is also currently running a popular night calling campaign dubbed Sikika na bob, a promotion that offers its customers a preferential rate to call other customers within the network for Ksh1/- per minute from 10:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M.



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