Airtel Kenya has launched a new set of monthly postpaid bundles offering calls, data and SMS to subscribers. The smart bundles offer values of up to 30GB of data, 125 hours of calls and 3,000 SMS. The new plans have been developed to cater for the increasing demand for blended offerings that meet all the requirements of our customers.
The new smart postpaid plans, aimed at heavy data, SMS and voice users, offer minutes and SMS that can be used within Airtel and to other networks. The postpaid plans also enable customers to roll over unused data from the previous month onto the next.
(TOP: Airtel Kenya CEO Prasanta Das Sarma – in a red branded t-shirt – interacts with boda boda riders during a previous activation).
Airtel customers can purchase the smart bundles valid for 30 days from Airtel shops for prices ranging from of Kshs 1,499 and Kshs 2,999 with a deposit equivalent to one month’s cost of the preferred plan. The plans are available to individuals, students, heavy social users, entrepreneurs, small business owners, professionals and corporates.
Airtel Kenya CEO Prasanta Das Sarma said in a statement: “We remain committed to stimulating growth and competition in the market through our innovative products and services. Our smart postpaid bundle plans are aimed at offering value for money, convenience and peace of mind to all our customers.”
The new SMART post-paid plans are as below:
The new smart postpaid rates offer a competitive advantage in comparison to other postpaid products. Currently, Airtel offers the best value for voice and data in comparison to equivalent products in the market and this continues to solidify Airtel’s position as the most affordable network in Kenya.
To enroll for these new plans Airtel customers are required to visit any Airtel shop with their National ID and request for the Airtel Smart Postpaid bundles. Corporate clients can reach out to their key relationship managers for further assistance via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Airtel’s 4G network is currently undergoing testing before the official launch in the course of the year.
The launch of Airtel Kenya’s postpaid bundles come days after Safaricom unveiled its Platinum offers, which are targeted at high data users as well as corporate subscribers.