Tigo Rwanda has launched the “Tigo Month of Love” campaign today. Until 29 February, Tigo customers will be able to share airtime and internet data with their loved ones while also standing the chance of winning great prizes.
Customers can gift airtime to their loved ones
In addition to subscribers receiving the full value of whatever pack they purchase, their special someone will receive the equivalent amount in free airtime.
Tigo Rwanda Chief Executive Officer, Mr Tongai Maramba said: “Tigo’s Month of Love is another way for Tigo to express our love for our customers; not only by handing out free airtime but gifts as well.”
To access this promotion a subscriber dials *155#, adds the number of their loved one, then select a package. After the customer receives the pack along with the confirmation message their loved one will instantly receive the same amount of airtime along with a notification. In addition, if the customer wins a prize, they will receive an SMS notification from Tigo or a call from 0722123123 to inform them about the gift they have won and how to claim it.
Tigo customers who participate in Tigo’s Month of Love be able to win airtime worth Rwf 500, 100 MBs worth of internet data, dinner for two at the romantic Bistro restaurant in Urban Boutique hotel and cinema ticket for two at Century Cinema. Weekly winners will walk away with Samsung J1 4G-enabled smartphones.
Currently, Tigo Rwanda has over three million customers and has invested over US $310 million from 2009 to date. Tigo Rwanda is the only telecom to provide 4G LTE on mobile for both prepaid and post-paid customers. Tigo Rwanda was awarded as the ‘Most Innovative Service’ at Africa Com 2014, for international mobile money transfers with integrated currency conversion between Tigo Rwanda and Tigo Tanzania as well as awarded for “Best ICT Exhibitor” at the Kigali Expo 2015.
About Tigo Rwanda
Tigo Rwanda is owned by Millicom, a leading telecommunications and media company uniquely dedicated to emerging markets in Latin America and Africa. It provides mobile, mobile financial, cable and satellite services to over 60 million customers in fourteen countries, primarily under the Tigo brand. Tigo has been operating in Africa since 1993, in Rwanda since 2009, and serves over 26 million customers in Africa.