Airtel moves to grow new subscriptions with ‘Karibu’ package

Airtel Kenya has announced plans to increase its new subscription numbers following the launch of a new offer targeting mobile subscribers.

The new proposition dubbed “Karibu Airtel”, meaning “Welcome to Airtel” targets first time customers joining the network with the purchase of a new SIM card. It is bundled with every top up of Sh20 or Sh50 and above on a new SIM card purchased from any of its shops and dealers anywhere in Kenya, the telecoms company said in a statement earlier today. ‎

The Karibu Airtel offer is valid for the first month of use of the new SIM card.

“Karibu Airtel will welcome customers topping up airtime worth Ksh.50 and above on their new sim card with Sh30 for calls and SMS ‎to any network in Kenya and 30MB of data all valid for 7 days. Customers also get free access to WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter during the same period. A customer can dial the short code *131*209# to check their balance for Karibu Airtel 50,” Airtel added in its statement.

Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi said that Karibu Airtel aims to provide more value to mobile subscribers in Kenya who choose Airtel as their preferred telecommunications service provider.‎

“This is our way of welcoming you home to our superior quality network with a great range of value propositions including Airtel UnlimiNet voice and data packages and Airtel Money for sending and receiving money and paying for bills in a convenient and affordable way,” he explained.

Karibu Airtel is only available for new pre-paid customers joining the Airtel network.

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