Kigali, Rwanda - In efforts to grow the scope of payment services offered on the Airtel money platform, Airtel Rwanda has introduced a payment option for Kenya Airways (KQ) tickets on Airtel money. Airtel customers can now pay for their Kenya Airways (KQ) tickets by simply dialing *182#, access the...
In a bid to expand reach into mobile financial services, Airtel Rwanda has announced plans to introduce micro-loans on Airtel Money on April 1, 2015 in a partnership with Atlantis Microfinance Limited. The service dubbed Igurize Amafaranga will target all Airtel customers, enabling them to borrow up to Rwf50, 000 instantly without collateral...
Airtel yesterday announced a partnership with Amazon Web Services to offer its cloud computing services to customers.
Global payments technology firm Visa announced that it has joined forces with Indian telco Bharti Airtel to launch mobile payments services in seven African countries. The Indian headquartered telco has operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa. And the seven markets where mobile payments services would be launched are Gabon,...
Apple has launched a new campaign on its homepage called “Shot on iPhone 6,″ which showcases photographs taken using the iPhone 6 by photographers around the world.
Airtel has invested Ksh. 2.5 billion to upgrade its network and enhance indoor coverage and 3G quality in Kenya.
Airtel Rwanda and IHS have closed the deal on acquisition of its towers in the country. The deal will see Airtel mobile subscribers enjoy more stable networks, higher network uptimes in which to make calls and a more universal service across the country.
In line with the company’s social responsibility mission of education empowerment and unlocking potential, Airtel Rwanda staff have offered a hands-on training to Business Information Technology students from Rwanda Tourism University College (RTUC) during a visit to the telecom headquarters and Network centers. Apart from gaining practical experience out of...
Effective 15th January 2015, roaming calls to the One Area Network and call back home rates will be charged at a flat rate of Uganda shillings 350/-Receiving calls when roaming will be absolutely free whilst international calls from Uganda to the One area Network will incur a charge of Uganda shillings 330/-
As part of the implementation of the One Network Area project of the northern corridor infrastructure, Airtel Rwanda has today slashed call rates to Uganda by 78%. Airtel customers will now call Uganda for as low as Rwf59 per minute.