If a customer for instance buys a weekly UnlimiNet bundle worth Sh100 via Airtel Money, they will be deducted Sh95.
To enjoy the discount, an Airtel Money user will be required to dial *222#, select option 2 which will allows one to purchase UnlimiNet bundle of their choice.
After selecting a preferred bundle, the customer confirms the purchase by entering his/her Airtel Money PIN number. The customer will then receive bundle subscription and discount allocation SMS.
The discount will only be passed after purchase of the UnlimiNet bundle. The existing package plan for UnlimiNet bundle packs will apply.
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 El Youssefi.
Designed to champion mobile internet affordability, Airtel UnlimiNet remains the best offer for voice, SMS and data bundles available in the country, enabling Kenyans to enjoy Airtel’s network more than ever before. Customers on Airtel UnlimiNet continue to get full speed to access to Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram and Gmail within the subscription period of the purchased bundle even after their data bundles are over.
Airtel Money continues to allow users to do cross-network money transfer free of charge, e-commerce solutions including online payments, mobile banking, utility bill payments for electricity, DStv, and water.
Airtel Money customers can access mobile money services from over 12,000 outlets countrywide including key outlets like, all major supermarkets, G4S offices countrywide, Muramati SACCO branches, Posta branches and all major banks country wide.