Airtel Kenya has finally launched its 4G service in the country, joining rivals Safaricom and Telkom Kenya in competition to attract services with superior and faster internet services. The new service aims to offer faster internet speeds for its customers.
Airtel customers who have been enjoying a great deal of improved services in the past couple of the months, will now experience even greater connectivity speeds with the 4G network with its fast browsing speeds and improved network responsiveness. The new 4G experience offers the customers the joy of access to more media on their devices.
(TOP: From left – Prasanta Das Sarma, Airtel Kenya MD with Mediamax CEO, Ian Fernandes and Chairman of the Airtel Kenya board, Titus Naikuni during the launch of the telco’s 4G network).
The launch comes with a delightful double data offer to all customers who have a 4G handset and 4G SIM card subscribing to the amazing monthly bundle. In addition to that any Airtel customer who upgrades his SIM to 4G will get a 2GB bonus free. Customers can do self-upgrade of their SIM to 4G by dialing *100# and selecting the upgrade menu. Customers can get a 4G SIM free of charge from any Airtel shop.
The Airtel 4G will initially be available in Nairobi and Mombasa followed by extended investment and roll out to other towns and cities as part of the on-going plan quality of service improvement plan. Besides the 4G, Airtel continuously upgrading its 2G and 3G networks for better customer experienc.
In a statement, Prasanta Das Sarma expressed his delight on at the occasion that marks yet another great milestone for the company in Kenya.
“Airtel is committed to continuously innovate and improve the quality of its products and services for a delightful customer experience. We believe we have launched our 4G service at the most opportune time especially now that many customers have access to more 4G enabled handsets and devices.”
The newly launched Airtel 4G network is among the fastest developing systems in the history of mobile telecommunications. Its advantages are already impacting service delivery in various businesses and industries from health care to automobile industries among others.
Airtel continues to introduce new and exciting products and services for its voice and data customers and is currently running a brand campaign dubbed “Kenya’s most affordable network” which showcases the various products and services including Airtel Money that are aimed making life better for Kenyans.
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