Saturday, 12 May 2012

Rwanda : Airtel begins a 100% bonus offer named Yagaruze

Airtel executives displaying the new offering Rwanda : Airtel begins a 100% bonus offer named Yagaruze
Airtel executives displaying the new offering
One month after launching its operation, a new telephone company in the country ‘Airtel Rwanda’ has launched a new service offering on 7th May 2012.
The new promotion dubbed Yagaruze which is a 100percent Bonus that rewards customers who purchase airtime by giving them bonus airtime worth the entire amount spent.
The bonus airtime can be used to make calls and send text messages across all local networks in Rwanda and international destinations.
To qualify, Airtel Customers are simply required to purchase airtime, call and end short messages (sms) to their family, friends and loved ones anywhere in the world before midnight each day. The following morning, they will be awarded with bonus airtime worth the amount spent on airtime the day before. The bonus airtime rewarded is valid for the entire day on which it is administered.
According to Airtel Rwanda’s country manager Marcellin Paluku who launched the service; “Airtel remains committed to providing all Rwandans with affordable communications. With “Yagaruze”, Airtel customers can freely connect with family and friends for longer periods and continue to experience superior products and services from Airtel.”
“Airtel’s entrance into Rwanda is going to be a long and friendly journey benefitting the people of Rwanda. We recognize that the telecommunications industry will play an important role in transforming the country through community and economic development, and therefore Airtel will remain committed to providing Rwandans with accessible and innovative technologies that make a positive difference in the lives of the people of Rwanda.”
Airtel with coverage in 17 African countries announced that it will invest over USD 100 Million in its Rwandan operations over the next 3 years.
Airtel has also partnered with some of the leading technology providers to develop specialized skills and nurture job opportunities in Rwanda. The company has kicked off partnerships with global technology leaders such as IBM, Nokia Siemens, Ericsson and Comviva.


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