Today January 13th, 2020, AIRTEL Rwanda launched “AIRTEL MU KAZI KOSE” that aims to connecting with AIRETL services through various products available that provide access to customers for connectivity and technological solutions that will enable them to explore and experience a number of special opportunities around them.
With AIRETL Mu Kazi Kose, there is no need to spend money in order to send money. The given opportunity is that there is no transaction charges at while sending money to anyone in Rwanda.
At the launch of “Mu Kazi Kose”, AIRTEL Rwanda Managing Director Mr. Amit Chawla said that the campaign reiterates the company’s commitment to driving economic growth by unlocking people’s potential in their respective areas of interest. “As a community, we must identify new ways to stretch the boundaries that currently confine us, while continuing to use the things that have allowed us to achieve so much progress”. He said
The managing Director of AIRTEL RWANDA further added: “We have invested millions ($) in our network consolidation to enable our customers to experience improved data connectivity. This infrastructure plays a key role in economic development, which can create a virtuous cycle where incomes improve and access increases.”
There is no more TIGO nor AIRTEL-TIGO, it’s now merged and became AIRTEL.
Speaking at the event, Mrs. Paula Musoni, Minister of ICT and Innovation hailed AIRTEL Rwanda for the completion. She said: “I would like to thank and congratulate AIRTEL for completing the merger of both Networks thus consolidating their products, services and technology.”
Minister Paula Musoni congratulated AIRTEL on acquiring the unified license and launching the new brand; “MU KAZI KOSE”, but most importantly for surviving the first eight years that are the toughest for any Business starting in a new economy.
In the name of Rwanda Government Minister Paula emphasized: “Everything that you do as Airtel centers around your customers who are our citizens, this is a shared interest that we have and that is the basis of our partnership that the Government of Rwanda has with AIRTEL”.
The full event in Video
AIRTEL Rwanda is under AIRTEL Africa, which is a provider of telecommunications and mobile money services, with a presence in 14 countries in Africa, primarily in East Africa and Central and West Africa. Airtel Africa offers an integrated suite of telecommunications solutions to its subscribers, including mobile voice and data services as well as mobile money services both nationally and internationally.
The Group aims to continue providing a simple and intuitive customer experience through streamlined customer journeys.
John Williams NTWALI