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Subscribe To Any Airtel #UnlimiNet Bundle via Airtel Money and Enjoy A 5% Discount

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In a bid to get more people to use Airtel Money, Airtel has come up with an incentive that is aimed at encouraging more people to use its money transfer service when buying bundles. The company has announced that those who purchase daily, weekly or monthly #UnlimiNet bundle via Airtel Money stand to enjoy a 5% discount.

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For example if a customer buys a weekly UnlimiNet bundle worth Sh.100 via Airtel Money, they will be deducted Ksh. 95. To enjoy this discount, you will need to be using Airtel Money first. You will then have to dial *222#, select option 2 which will allows one to purchase UnlimiNet bundle of their choice.

Read: Airtel Kenya Upgrades its 3G Network As It Prepares To Roll Out 4G LTE

After purchasing the bundle of your choice, you will be required to confirm the purchase by entering your Airtel Money PIN number. You will then receive bundle subscriptions and discount allocation SMS.

In a statement, Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi said that the offer gives Airtel Money users across the country greater value and freedom to make unlimited connections as they connect with their passions and with their loved ones.

“The new offer gives Airtel Money users an opportunity to get more when they choose to purchase UnlimiNet bundle through their Airtel Money accounts. This re-affirms our commitment to continue ensuring that our customers keep in touch  with the ability to call all networks and remain connected with friends and family on social media platforms and professional networks on the internet even after they run out of data bundles”, added Mr. El Youssefi.

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