Airtel unveils Quick Talk package
TELECOMS| July 25, 2012, 7:30 a.m.
Airtel Nigeria has unveiled another package aimed at empowering its customers, especially the youth and those with lower purchasing power to connect easily to friends and loved ones, as well as sustain their commercial activities.
The innovative package tagged, Quick Talk, stretches 50 and 100 Naira recharges to give 60 seconds of talk time to any Network in Nigeria every day for 3 and 7 consecutive days respectively.
Speaking on the latest offer, Deepak Srivastava, the company’s Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director, said the offer is yet another masterstroke from Airtel to drive home its resolve to consistently delight Nigerians with innovative telecommunication offerings and bring affordability to the masses to benefit greatly from telecommunications.
His words: “Airtel has been at the forefront of providing customer-centric and affordable services in the Nigerian market. This has seen the brand delight subscribers in Nigeria especially its customers including the youth, with excellent service packages that not only provide them with fun and excitements, but adds value to their businesses and love lives irrespective of economic status or present financial constraints. The Quick Talk Package will further enhance these virtues."
To access the Airtel 50 naira Quick Talk Voucher, customers must have up to 50 naira or above in their main account before dialing *400*50# to successfully migrate to enjoy the package.
Similarly, customers must also have up to 100 naira or above in their main account before dialing *400*100# to migrate to enjoy maximum benefits.
The Airtel Quick Talk Package is available to both existing and new customers who are on the following prepaid platforms; 2good, 2Good Time, Airtel Big Family Extra, Club 10 and Valumax.
Customers can get further information on the Quick Talk recharge voucher by dialing Airtel customer toll- free lines on 111, 121 or Airtel My Offer interactive voice service on 141.
Alternatively, customers can visit any Airtel shops across the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja; www.ng.airtel.com, www.facebook.com/pages/Airtel-Nigeria or www.twitter.com/airtelnigeria.
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