Launching the product, Amit Chawla, Airtel Rwanda Managing Director, said: “Imirongo Yose packs have been overhauled, offering even more minutes to call across all networks making it by far the best product in its category on the Rwandan Market”.
“We have increased the number of options to three for daily packs are 3 for weekly packs and ensured that the number of minutes to call either network are evenly matched” added Amit Chawla.
By dialling *255*3#, customers have the option to choose between the smallest Imirongo Yose daily pack has been priced at Rwf100 and gives our clients 10 Minutes to call Airtel and 10 Minutes to call the other network in addition to 10 SMS.
Alternatively, customers also have the option to load a pack priced at Rwf200 which offers 35 minutes to call Airtel and 35 minutes calling the other network in addition to 10 SMS, also with a duration of 24 hours.
This launch also includes a revamp of the weekly Imirongo Yose packs which have a starting price of Rwf500 , offering 70 Minute to call Airtel and 70 Minutes to call the other network plus 10 SMS.
We have also increased the minutes on the pack Rwf 1,000 offering 160 minutes to call Airtel and 160 minutes to call the other network plus 10 SMS and finally we have the largest weekly pack with a price point of Rwf1,500 offering 280 minutes to call Airtel and 280 minutes to call the other network plus 10 SMS.
To load Imirongo Yose voice packs, customers can dial *255*3# or use My Airtel App to select the pack that matches their needs.
For more information on visit https://www.airtel.co.rw/
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Airtel Africa Limited is a pan-African telecommunications company with operations in 14 countries across Africa. Airtel Africa is driven by the vision of providing affordable and innovative mobile services to all and is supported in pursuing this vision by its largest shareholder, Bharti Airtel. Its product offerings include 2G, 3G and 4G wireless voice and data services and mobile commerce through ‘Airtel Money’. Airtel Africa had over 97 million customers across its operations at the end of December 2018.