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Airtel Kenya launches an all-in-one plan for its customers


Airtel Kenya on Monday launched an all-in-one plan offering different postpaid plans for calls, SMS, and data for its customers. 

Dubbed ‘Chaguo Langu’, Airtel says the new product targets heavy users including MSMEs, startup entities, individuals and corporates.

The plan offers three distinct packages: “Bonga Zaidi” for those with a need to make more calls, “Browse Ukibonga” for people who need a good balance of calls talk time and data and Browse Zaidi for heavy data users.

Airtel says subscribers who sign up for the plan will also enjoy free Airtel to Airtel calls even after they have exhausted the allocated ALL-Network minutes.  Rollover of Minutes, Data, and SMS is applicable when customers renew their subscription with the same plan within ten days of expiry. 

“Airtel is delighted to introduce exclusive Airtel Premier plans that give Kenyans the freedom to choose the best-personalized calling and data services. This product is our commitment to continue delivering innovative and relevant communication solutions to all Kenyans,” said Airtel  Kenya Managing Director Ashish Malhotra. 

Customers can enroll in Airtel Premier “Chaguo Langu” by visiting any Airtel shop countrywide (dial *100# to find a shop near you). After enrollment, customers can subscribe to their desired plan based on their budget and communication needs by dialing *544#.

Below is a breakdown of the plans and their prizes.

Price (KSH)  Bonga Zaidi  Browse Ukibonga  Browse Zaidi
999 600 MINS 

600 SMS 

5 GB

400 MINS 

400 SM 

10 GB

200 MINS 

200 SMS 

15 GB

1,499 700 MINS 

700 SMS 

15 GB

600 MINS 

600 SMS 

20 GB

400 MINS 

400 SMS 

25 GB

1,999 1,000 MINS 

1,000 SMS 

25 GB

800 MINS 

800 SMS 

35 GB

500 MINS 

500 SMS 

45 GB

2,999 1,500 MINS 

1,500 SMS 

45 GB

1,200 MINS 

1,200 SMS 

60 GB

900 MINS 

900 SMS 

75 GB

4,999 3,000 MINS  

3,000 SMS 

75 GB

2,500 MINS 

2,500 SMS 

100 GB

2,000 MINS 

2,000 SMS 

125GB

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