Airtel Unveils Apple's Iphone 5s in Tanzania

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AIRTEL Tanzania announced to have entered into strategic partnership with the giant mobile phone maker in the world, Apple Incorporation.

The deal has made Airtel Tanzania the first telecom firm in the country to officially seal a partnership deal with Apple on iPhone products.



Airtel Marketing Manager, Ms Prisca Tembo, said "we are happy to announce the launch of the iPhone S5 to our customers that comes with a special bundle offers of 3GB data, 1,450 minutes and 5,000 SMS per month.

"With this offer we appeal to our customers to visit all Airtel outlets and our recommended Airtel retail dealers to purchase the phone."

Airtel Communications Director, Ms Beatrice Singano, said the launch would give the firm's customers the best experience that allows them to continuously enjoy and adapt to their needs on data, voice, pictures and video.

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