Airtel Tigo Business in partnership with Samsung mobile, has launched a smartphone offer for public and private sector workers to own smart phone devices to boost their business.
The smart phone offer dubbed, ‘Flexi Plus’ is expected to offer customers with customized smart phones of their choice.
As part of the offer workers yearning to own Galaxy note 10, will have to pay an amount of Four Hundred and Seventy Ghana Cedis a month for two years
To own a Galaxy S10, one needs to pay an amount of Three Hundred and Eighty Ghana Cedis a month for two years and to own any of the Galaxy A Series, one has to pay an amount of Fifty Ghana Cedis a month also for two years.
All workers on the Controller and Account General’s Department payroll and workers on salary in the private sector, will have to provide their pay slips and sign up to the terms and conditions of AirtelTigo Business.
The AirtelTigo Business partnership with Samsung, is aimed at digitally empowering workers to deepen the smart phone penetration in the country and help workers to easily own smartphone devices across the country.
Speaking at the launch in Accra, the Chief Business Officer for AirtelTigo Business, Mrs. Ethel Anamoo, explained that the offer is the first of its kind in the telecommunications industry in Ghana.
“We are pleased to collaborate with Samsung on this initiative and we are committed to offering solutions that will provide value and support workers productivity,” she said.
She noted that her company, believes in removing the barriers that may affect workers on their digital journey, as this is critical within the technology eco-system.
She disclosed that with the purchase of any Samsung A series, Galaxy Note and Galaxy S 10 devices all workers in the private and public sectors of the economy, would have the benefit of forty percent more data with no expiry dates and thirty percent on voice.
She further added that under the Flexi Plus offer, workers would also enjoy free peer-to-peer mobile money transactions on AitelTigo mobile money and free goodies, ranging from power banks, travel routers, Bluetooth speakers, selfie sticks among others.
On his part, the Managing Director for Samsung Ghana, Eugene Nahn, said his company was excited to be part of the partnership, which seeks to bring technology closer to Ghanaian populace.
“From our recently launched Galaxy Note 10 which was designed to help users achieve more to the already existing Galaxy A series with versatile cameras, uninterrupted display and long -lasting battery life”.
According to him, all these amazing devices can now be owned and paid for through this flexible partnership with AirtelTigo Business.
He revealed that as part of the partnership, workers would get a two -year warranty for the purchase of Samsung smartphone through Flexi Plus offer.
He added that this year, marks ten years of Galaxy, as it continues to redefine the mobile phone industry.