AirtelTigo Business in partnership with the leading smartphone manufacturer Samsung has launched ‘Flexi Plus’ a customized smartphone package for both public and private sector employees across the country.
This partnership aims to digitally empower workers, deepen smartphone penetration in the country and help workers to easily own a smartphone device to be paid within 24-months.
Speaking at the media launch at the company’s headquarters in Accra, the Chief Business Officer for AirtelTigo Business, Mrs. Ethel Anamoo, said “This offer is the first of its kind in the telecommunications industry in Ghana, and 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.”
“We believe that removing barriers that may affect workers on their digital journey is critical within the ecosystem.” She disclosed that with the purchase of any Samsung ‘A Series, Galaxy Note and Galaxy S 10 device’, a worker will benefit 40 percent more on data with ‘no expiry’ and 30 percent on voice minutes.
She explained that workers will also enjoy free peer-to-peer mobile money transactions on AirtelTigo Money and free goodies ranging from power banks, travel routers, bluetooth speakers, selfie sticks, among others.
The Managing Director for Samsung Ghana, Mr. Eugene Nahm, said: “We are excited to be part of this great partnership which seeks to bring technology closer to Ghanaians.”
“From our recently launched Galaxy Note 10 which was designed to help users achieve more to the Galaxy A Series with versatile cameras, uninterrupted infinity displays and long-lasting battery life -all these amazing devices can now be owned and paid for flexibly through this partnership with AirtelTigo Business.”
He stated that workers will get a 2-year warranty for the purchase of Samsung smartphone through Flexi Plus offer, adding that this year marks 10 years of Galaxy, of relentless and meaningful innovations that have shaped and will continue to define the mobile industry.