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Airtel Kenya Announces the UnlimiNET Bundles to Keep You Connected Even When You Run Out Of MBs

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Airtel Kenya has introduced a new product to the market with the aim of keeping customer connected throughout. This bundle referred to as “UnlimiNET” will give you the peace of mind and freedom to talk without worrying of your MBs running out. According to Charles Wanjohi, Airtel Kenya Marketing Director, this new product is the biggest customer preposition in Kenya in the recent past.

With this new bundle, customers can stay connected with the family, professional and social networks anywhere they are. The bundle has SMS and talktime to any network in Kenya for as little as Ksh 50. With the bundle, customers will be able to enjoy 20 free minutes to any network, 100 free SMSs to any network and 100MB of data daily. With this bundle, you do not have to worry about your MBs running out as you will be able to continue using Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Gmail and Instagram even when they do.

According to Airtel, this product gives it an edge over its competitors because of it affordability and flexibility. The product offers freedom to choose between daily, weekly and monthly bundles. It also offers the most affordable cross-network voice call rates that start as low as Ksh 1.70 per minute.

Commenting on this, Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi said, “The internet is an essential part of our everyday life. As a user, one wants constant and affordable supply of internet so as to remain connected to loved ones, study and work efficiently and get updated with local and international news and events. Airtel UnlimiNET is designed to enable Airtel customers remain connected to their social and professional networks all day without worrying about MBs running out.”

Mr. Youssefi also went ahead to say that Airtel is the only network offering insurance cover for the iPhone 6 for 2 years.

To subscribe to the UnlimiNET bundles by simply dialing *544# from their Airtel phones and choosing their preferred bundle.

Airtel UnlimiNET

Airtel UnlimiNET

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