Celtel is still making the lives of its subscribers better, as it has been engaged in launching of more facilities which will enable its customers enjoy reliable network.
Yesterday at the company’s head office four more brands, which included web 2sms, prepaid roaming, new number range and Celtel super sim, were launched by the marketing manger Evans Muhanga.
Speaking about the product the marketing manager disclosed that the web2sms was a product that would enable the subscriber to send messages through the web to as many people they could and that the customer might have the opportunity to store contact.
He added that, “the more messages you send the more discount the subscriber may have and the billing will be done the same way as the text message billing”.
On how the billing is done, he noted that “for those in the Kombra and flat are 5 units and moonlight is 2.5 units per message, 7 units to other network and 20 units for international”.
The prepaid roaming, which has been restricted to subscribers who were on the post paid system, “allows the subscriber to get in touch with family members, friends and relatives business associates with the same number of your country”, he stated.
This system, he said, “is limited to countries that are registered with us and this include Ghana, The Gambia, Belgium, Dubai, Carbon, Nigeria and other countries. All you need to do is get your top-up and you will talk freely.”
The Celtel market managing also launched the Celtel super sim which is 64 Gigabytes, and the customer when checking his account balance will not need to send the SMS. “This Celtel super sim also gives the subscriber access to M2U, Celtel information, and this system is more interactive than what people have been using”, he said.
Mr Muhanga also said that among other promotions that were going on right now was birthday celebration of Nelson Mandela and this allowed the subscriber to take part in a Mandela concert which would be held in London. He added further that Celtel would also facilitate Emmerson to join other international artists to sing a birthday song for Mandela. The marketing manager called on subscribers to stay connected to the network which was very reliable while others were enjoying useless reliability.