Director, Products & Commercial Markets, Stanley Popiir Kumb ol (middle) explaining the mechanics to sign up to the offer
AirtelTigo Business, in partnership with Samsung, has launched a customized smart phone package for public and private sector employees across the country.
The offer – Flex Plus – enables workers to easily own a smart phone device and pay in installment over a period of 24 months.
The move by the two organizations is aimed at digitally empowering workers while deepening the country’s smart phone penetration.
Speaking during the launch of Flex Plus, the Chief Business Officer for AirtelTigo, Ethel Anamoo, said the offer was the first of its kind in the telecommunications industry in Ghana.
“We are pleased to collaborate with Samsung on this initiative and we are committed to offering solutions that will provide value and support workers productivity,” she added.
She disclosed that with the purchase of any Samsung ‘A Series, Galaxy Note and Galaxy S 10 device’, under the package, workers would gain 40 per cent more on data with no expiry, and 30 per cent on voice minutes.
She further explained that workers would enjoy free peer-to-peer mobile money transactions on AirtelTigo Money in addition to free power banks, travel routers, Bluetooth speakers, selfie stick, among others.
The Managing Director for Samsung Ghana, Eugene Nahm, expressed his excitement about the partnership which, according to him, would bring technology closer to Ghanaians.
“From our recently launched Galaxy Note 10 which was designed to help users achieve more to the Galaxy A Series with versatile cameras, uninterrupted infinity display and long-lasting battery life, all these amazing devices can now be owned and paid for flexibly through this partnership with AirtelTigo Business,” he said.
He said workers would get a two-year warranty for the purchase of Samsung smart phone through Flexi Plus offer, adding that this year marks 10 years of Galaxy, with relentless and meaningful innovations that have shaped and will continue to define the mobile industry.
By Jamila Akweley Okertchiri