Telecoms, Rates, Offers and Coverage
Tanzanian market leader TTCL has launched 100% national broadband coverage. Powered by Avanti Communications, the new high speed satellite broadband service provides homes and businesses with the opportunity to enjoy a broadband connection to the internet of up to 15Mb speeds wherever they are in the country.
Following on from the recent promotion of its 100GB “Fat Pipe” package, where it offered bandwidth at half price, Vox Telecom is now cutting the price of its 300GB product to the price of its 150GB plan. The company said on Tuesday that it is reducing the price of the 300GB capped plan to R485 for a promotional period. The promotion is available immediately and ends once a thousand users have signed up, or by 31 August, whichever comes first. As with the 100GB promotion, the offer is only available for online purchases through the Vox Telecom website, the company said.
In line with its commitment to deliver value to customers by offering convenient plans and affordable tariffs, Airtel Nigeria, has introduced a product tagged Unliminet Bundle, which addresses the communication needs of customers under one plan. The product, which is the first of its kind in Nigeria, is a 4-in-1 voice, data, SMS and social bundle that also offers customers endless access to chat on WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook, Blackberry Messenger and Instagram at no cost. The bundle comes in four variants which are accessible by dialing *489#; the daily, weekly, monthly and Monthly Max plans. The daily plan offers customers 10 megabyte data, 3 minutes talk time to any network and 3 SMS to any networkwhile the weekly plan offers 60 m. egabyte of data, 60 minutes of talk time to any network and 20 SMS to any network Customers who subscribe to the monthly plan will get one gigabyte of data, 180 minutes talk time to any network and 100 SMS to any network, while monthly max offers 2 gigabyte of data, 300 minutes talk time to any network and 100 SMS to any network.