In line with its key objective of becoming Nigeria’s number one mobile Internet Company, leading communications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, has introduced affordable Internet bundles that will empower telecoms consumers to connect with friends, family members and business associates on key social media platforms.
According to Airtel, the special Internet bundle package, which is tagged WTFB, acronym for WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook and BBM, will provide consumers total access to Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and BBM, enabling them to share their stories and joyous moments as well as connecting them to loved ones and business associates.
The offering, which is positioned to transform access to key social media platforms, comes in two variants. To activate the service, customers are required to dial *990# for the monthly bundle and *991# for the Weekly bundle. The monthly bundle attracts a fee of N200 while consumers are billed N100 for the weekly bundle.
Speaking on the innovative value offering, Chief Commercial Officer, Airtel Nigeria, Maurice Newa, said the new package is consistent with the company’s commitment to providing affordable and innovative mobile Internet service, saying it will offer telecoms consumers a strong platform to express themselves regardless of their income level, social status and location.
“Airtel is passionate about driving innovation and mobile Internet service. As the fastest growing data operator in the country, we will continue to offer Nigerians bespoke mobile Internet solutions that will empower them to fulfill their dreams and realize their full potentials,” he said.
Only recently, Airtel Nigeria announced the introduction of Internet Bundles for Android devices. The package, which is first of its kind in the country, was designed to make life simpler, exciting and more enjoyable for telecoms consumers across the country.
It is specifically tailored to empower Android users to connect with business associates, family and friends and also enable them enjoy an amazing data experience on their smartphones.