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Safaricom customers to enjoy Super Sunday talk-time offer

The Madaraka Weekend offer will enable customers to use the airtime bundle for both on-net and off-net Calls, SMS, and out of Bundle browsing/FILE

NAIROBI, Kenya, May 31 – Safaricom customers will enjoy a super Sunday offer on 2nd June of 56 bob airtime for Sh20 as Kenya commemorates 56 years of independence.

To purchase the offer, customers will dial *444*0# to purchase Sh56 worth of airtime for Sh20 through voucher top up or M-PESA.

Customers can purchase the offer only once with the airtime expiring at midnight same day. The offer is an enhancement of the ongoing Tunukiwa Kredo Dabo Dabo which enables customers to get double the value in airtime for every purchase.

The Madaraka Weekend offer will enable customers to use the airtime bundle for both on-net and off-net Calls, SMS, and out of Bundle browsing

“We are delighted to celebrate with our customers as Kenya marks 56 years of independence with an offer that enables them to talk more with friends and family during this occasion. The offer also seeks to acknowledge our customers for their support through the years, and we aim to bring even better offers as we continue with this relationship,” said Sylvia Mulinge, Chief Customer Officer, Safaricom.

The announcement comes a few days after the firm launched Tunukiwa Dabo Dabo offer which customers can access by dialling *444*0# and which lasts through July.

Other ongoing offers include the All in One Monthly Bundles where customers are enjoying additional 5 Gigabytes of YouTube for free, valid for 30 days up to July 5, 2019.

The offer will be available to all over 30 million customers.

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