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06.03.2020 Business & Finance

AirtelTigo Congratulates Ghana And Gives Customers ‘Free Calls’

AirtelTigo Congratulates Ghana And Gives Customers ‘Free Calls’
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Accra, 5th March 2020 – In line with the country's commemoration of its 63rd Independence Day celebrations, telecom operator AirtelTigo is giving Ghanaians another reason to rejoice with “It's Time for Freedom” Offer on Friday, 6th March 2020.

The Freedom Offer will enable both existing and new customers to enjoy free AirtelTigo to AirtelTigo calls from 6am to 6pm. This offer will also give customers the freedom to have as many and long conversations with their family and friends on Independence Day.

Congratulating the people of Ghana and commenting on the Freedom Offer, the Chief Finance Officer at AirtelTigo, Prince Acheampong said: “Ghana's journey has been characterized by growth and development milestones. We pledge to Ghanaians that we remain resolute in our commitment to be an important part of the country's ongoing digital growth agenda.”

He explained that the company is delighted to celebrate with its customers as Ghana marks 63 years of Independence with “It's Time for Freedom” Offer.

He added that the offer also seeks to acknowledge its customers for their support through the years, and the company aims to bring even better offers as it continues to fortify its relationship with them.

AirtelTigo is an innovative Mobile Network Provider that continues to provide customers with relevant and most competitive products and offers in line with its brand promise of “making life simple” for its stakeholders.

About AirtelTigo:
AirtelTigo is a dynamic and innovative brand providing a wide range of telecommunications services including mobile voice, data, mobile financial services and business connectivity solutions. With the credo of customer first, AirtelTigo constantly innovates to make life simple for its customers. AirtelTigo was launched in November 2017, from a merger between erstwhile Airtel and Tigo.

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