Ethio Telecom launches new offers
VALUE ADDED SERVICESBy BiztechAfrica - Jan. 1, 2012, 10:27 a.m.
Ethio Telecom has announced a credit transfer service, business bundles and handsets.
The telco says its credit transfer service will allow prepaid customers to transfer airtime to friends and relatives living in areas where voucher cards are not easily accessible.
Users can now send a minimum of ETB 5 up to ETB 1,000 airtime.
Ethio Telecom has also unveiled its Mobile Business Bundle, designed to enable enterprise customers to enjoy a bundle of voice, text and data for a fixed payment every month.
Another new enterprise service is a Closed User Group (CUG) package allowing members within the group to make calls at a significantly discounted rate.
The company has also brought to market two new low-cost handsets.
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