Mega Boksi gets customers connected
MOBILEBy BiztechAfrica - Aug. 4, 2012, 8:43 a.m.
By Hudson Kazonta, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tigo Tanzania has introduced its new internet packages: ‘Tigo Internet Mega Boksi,’ helping customers to stay connected with the world.
With the new internet packages, customers can purchase either daily, weekly or monthly bundles, as well as choose from a selection of different volumes to suit their streaming and downloading needs.
All packages include unlimited email, Facebook, Twitter and high speed browsing.
Tigo says it listened to their customers and assessed their needs and designed these easy packages to provide the customer with maximum value for money and flexibility.
Customers of Tigo can subscribe to the service by dialing *148*01# and choose the duration of their package, be it per day, week or month, and then choose the volume that suits their streaming and downloading needs.
Tigo Internet modem users can also subscribe to the, using the software provided with their modem. Prices start at Sh450 for a daily package.
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