Airtel offers unique data plans with new Samsung Galaxy S6
20 April 2015, 11:21
Nairobi - Airtel Kenya has announced that it will offer unique data plans to customers who purchase the new Samsung S6 from its selected outlets across the country starting Monday.
Customers who purchase the Samsung S6 FLAT32GBat KES 74, 999 will get 3GB data per month for 3 months, while those who purchase the Samsung S6 EDGE 32GB or the Samsung S6 EDGE 64GB at KES 82,999 and KES 94, 999 respectively will get 4GB data per month for 4 months.
“The new Samsung S6 from Airtel will enable our customers acquire state of the art handsets and unique innovative data offers such as the #unlimiNET with unique data plans that offers them the freedom to make #UnlimitedConnections to their professional, family and social networks through the internet with a seamless experience our world-class quality network,” Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi said.
The brand new handsets will be available at selected Airtel express shops and at its leading partner shops countrywide.
Customers can purchase the latest phone from the following Airtel shops: Parkside shop, Kisumu Shop, Greenspan Mall Shop, Sarit Centre shop, Koinange shop, Moi Avenue shop, Thika Road Mall (TRM) Express Plus shop, Mombasa Moi Avenue shop, Nyali shop, Galleria, Lavington, Village Market, Nyeri shop and Eldoret Shop.
The latest Samsung model is described as the “most innovative, re-defined and high performance.” It has received the special honour of “Best New Handset, Tablet or Device” from the GSMA at Mobile World Congress 2015.
The award recognises the best new device launched during the show. This is the second consecutive year Samsung received this award, following the Samsung Gear Fit in 2014.
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