Airtel Ghana Upgrades Product Offering

Bharti-AirtelAirtel Ghana has raised the bar in the voice and data space in Ghana’s telecommunication industry with the upgrade of the Airtel “Too Much” product offering. With as little as GHc1, Airtel customers can get a package with 200 minutes for Airtel to Airtel calls, 7 minutes for Airtel to other network calls, 100 SMS and 50 megabyte of data for browsing.

The packages range from daily, weekly to monthly depending on the amount of usage and the customer’s lifestyle. ‘Too much’ currently provides the most superior voice and data packs on the market. The Marketing Director at Airtel Ghana, Manu Rajan explained: “The goal of the ‘Too Much’ value proposition is to promote cost efficiency as demand for voice and data services grow on the telecoms market and redefine customers conversations on the network.”

He added that it is another customer oriented product which gives customers value for money, options to choose a bundle that suits their lifestyle and most importantly helps consumers to monitor their voice and data usage. Subscription will cost as per offer and is valid for the number of days subscribed to – 1 day, 7 days or 30 days. Offers can be accessed by dialing *202# for free.

‘Too Much’ was first introduced on Airtel two years ago with offerings that included discounted local voice, international voice, SMS and data packages targeted at customers across all value segments. Airtel currently boasts of the second largest coverage in the country as well as enjoy its super-fast internet connectivity at very attractive prices.

Source: The Ghanaian Chronicle

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