Tigo launches ‘Xtreme’ bundles

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Tigo launches ‘Xtreme’ bundles

By Hudson Kazonta, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Tigo Tanzania has introduced ‘Xtreme pack’ offers with discounted internet bundles.

The first bundle is ‘Xtreme’, which offers 15 minutes Tigo to Tigo calls, 100 SMS and 50MB at only 450 Tshs per subscription. In order to subscribe to this bundle the customer needs to send the word XTREME to 15509, and enjoy the service for 24 hours.

The second bundle is ‘Xtreme zaidi’. This bundle offers 15 minutes Tigo to Tigo calls, 100 SMS and 50MB every day at only 450 Tshs daily. In order to subscribe the customer need to send the word XTREME ZAIDI to 15313, and enjoy the service every day.

Another bundle is ‘Tano’, which gives subscribers 15 SMS and 5 minutes to call Tigo-Tigo at only 250 Tshs. Subscribers need to send the word TANO to 15509, to enjoy the service for 24 hours. ‘Tano zaidi’ can be subscribed to daily for only 250 Tshs a day.

The ‘Tatu’ Xtreme pack bundle offers 3 SMS and 2 minutes to call Tigo-Tigo at 100 Tshs only and ‘Tatu zaidi’ bundle offers 3 SMS and 2 minutes to call Tigo-Tigo valid for 24 hours at only 100 Tshs daily. Customers can subscribe by sending the word TATU ZAIDI to 15313, and enjoy this service everyday.

The Xtreme bundles are aimed at taking high speed internet services to market at affordable rates.



Hans - Jan. 19, 2013, 4:44 p.m.

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